Why Do Dogs Kick Their Back Legs?

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When dogs kick their back legs, they are actually responding to scratch reflex. This can often be seen when you scratch a dogs belly or backs. This movement is totally involuntary and only responds when an area called the 'saddle region' is being stimulated.
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