Why Does My Dog Lick Metal?

Answer

There are a number of things that might make your dog lick metal. Some of the possible reasons are hyperadrenocorticism which is a cushing's disease, liver failure and obsessive-compulsive disorders. Other causes are seizures, hypoadrenocorticism, hydrocephalus as well as other neurologic disease.
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just because their curious. all dogs have a sence of curiosity in them. and if they keep lickin the metal, then maybe they just like the taste of metal. That above is a TERRIBLE answer
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uhm......I don't know......does he have an iron deficiency? *shrugs* That certainly is curious. You know metal has a very distinct "taste" when its wet. (ok no I don't go
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