Why Do Dogs Lick the Air?

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Dogs lick the air as a way of regulating their body temperature. They have fewer sweat glands which are mostly located on the base of their feet, thus they utilize panting to cool down their bodies. Dogs can also pant as a sign of distress.
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Dogs lick the air for a few reasons. 1) They may have a medical issue.just check with the vet to be sure? Yea. = 2) It could be a random habit! So don't worry on that one if your
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Dogs lick for many different reasons. It's one of the main ways they communicate. They may lick another dog to show respect, they may lick a person because they like them. For dogs,
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