Why Do Dogs Lick Each Other?

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Adult dogs lick each other's faces to show compliance and affection as well as friendliness. Licking is generally a very natural activity for dogs. Puppies will lick their littermates to clean up one another and to toughen family bonds.
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Dogs lick faces as a form of greeting. Licking may also be used as a means of bonding or showing affection.
If your dog seems to be licking itself or other things excessively, it's best to take it to the veterinarian.
Dogs lick each other to take care of their young.. They also do it as a social ritual. Dogs love to groom each other and bond with each other.
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