Why does my dog lick me?


There are numerous reasons why a dog would lick someone. It could be as a way of seeking attention or it could be as a means of showing their owners affection. Licking can also be used in the solicitation of resources, for instance when a dog licks their mother before feeding.
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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.
Your dog licks you for a number of reasons. The is affection. They lick you to say hello, and I like you. They also lick as a sign of submission. Another reason why they might lick you is that you have something tasty on like lotion or perfume.
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