Why Do Dogs Rub Their behind on Carpet?

Answer

When licking isn't enough to satisfy them, they will often resort to dragging their bottoms on the floor, sometimes referred to as 'trucking' or 'scooting.' While this is certainly an obvious indication that your dog's rear is bothering her, it doesn't tell you why. Examine the area for injuries, irritation, growths, or bulges. Try to use one gloved finger to feel the edges of her anus for bulges and to check for irritation or discharge.
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