Why Does My Dog Keep Licking Everything?

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Your dog licks everything because its tongue is as useful to it as the way your eyes, nose and ears are to you. The tongue is a multi-purpose tool for dogs which is used to taste things, to explore new people and animals, convey submissiveness and even to let you know he/she values your company and friendship.
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Some dogs lick to gain information about what objects are. Sometimes they do it as an obsessive behavior which if this is the case it may be a good idea to take the dog to the vet
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1. Try an anti-lick-and-chew bitter spray around (not on) the wound. Before you do this, however, talk to your veterinarian to make sure she thinks it is fine to use near the wound.
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At the moment its relatively unclear why a dog will lick a human, as wolves will lick the alpha of the pack without the alpha doing anything. Its possible that it could just be the
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1 See if there are any issues of unfairness from the dog's point of view. Is there a new dog in the house, or even a new pet or baby? Is the dog not getting her usual amount of daily
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