Why Does My Dog Chew on Himself?

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There are many reasons that may lead to a dog chewing on himself. This can be as a result of allergies, a reaction to insect bites or if the dog just displays compulsive licking habits. If your dog has chewed on himself excessively, you can get in touch with your vet and find out the root cause of this problem.
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Some causes of a dog chewing on themselves may be allergies, or an insect bite. Some breeds like German Shepherds are known to display compulsive licking behaviors.
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