If you have a dog, you probably know all of his little idiosyncrasies well. More
than likely, one of them is kicking his leg when you scratch a certain place on his
As it turns out, when you pet and scratch your dog in certain spots you're ... The
nerves relay a message to his leg muscles to kick and jerk in an attempt to get rid
of ... So does this mean that rubbing your dog's belly is irritating them in some
way? ... dogs wouldn't lie down and expose their bellies to be scratched if t...
Many dog owners have chuckled as their dogs kicked their legs vigorously while
being scratched. The kicking is completely normal, and although it may seem ...
Oct 27, 2014 ... That perfect place on your dog's belly or sides that, when scratched, causes ...
Every dog owner knows where to find this magical region on his or her canine, ...
send messages to the spinal cord, which then instructs the dog's leg to kick. ... the
spinal cord recognizes the pain, and you involuntarily jerk your...
Jan 23, 2010 ... Dogs can't laugh, so maybe their reaction is leg thumping? ... nothing for him to
scratch his ear on, he'll just start to constantly shake his head.
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Click here to visit our ... Scratching my dogs tummy - leg spasm.
Why do dogs automatically move their legs when you scratch certain parts of ...
Most people will groan and/or twitch due to the heightened sensations that is felt
Aug 19, 2015 ... I used to think it was cute when I scratched a dog in the right spot and their leg
started moving like crazy. I'd coo to them "ohhhhh, Mommy hit ...
Aug 2, 2014 ... Most dogs do, but have you ever wondered why dogs love belly rubs so ... Dogs
shake or kick their legs when you scratch them because of ...
Sep 2, 2011 ... You know the one I mean - where his back legs start moving like. ... Have you
ever tickled “that spot” on your dog's body, and witnessed his knee-jerk reaction?
You know the one I ... Next Post: Why do dogs lick their paws?