While your furry friend naturally explores with her senses of smell and taste,
obsessive or compulsive licking indicates a problem. If your dog compulsively
Apr 1, 2008 ... A dog's constant, repetitive licking of objects or surfaces is a problem whose
frequency is difficult to determine. This licking may occur often, but ...
Jan 30, 2014 ... A dog licking various objects is considered pretty much normal ... But when a dog
obsessively and abnormally licks the floor, or brick walls, ...
Indeed, when dogs have an upset stomach, their instinct is to eat grass so they ...
So if your dog is licking the carpet, floor, fabric or walls, consult with your vet, ...
Jul 24, 2013 ... What was once thought to be strictly a compulsive disorder in dogs could very
well be easily explained, and the problem quickly resolved.
Dogs are very orally-oriented animals, and love to chew, lick and hold things in
their mouths. Licking is of course, something that dogs do very frequentl...
She is constantly licking fabric, whether it is the side of the couch, a pillow case,
my sheets, my clothes, etc. She doesn't chew, just licks. Any idea on why?
Dogs often lick the floor because of simple compulsive behavior, a physical
problem such as poor vision, parasites, gastrointestinal disorders or neurological
A dog licking a carpet can be due to a behavior-related issue, a neurological
problem, a health reason or boredom. Dogs can exhibit compulsive behavior, ...
Licking the air is often a compulsive behavior that helps dogs cope with anxiety,
but it can also be a sign that a dog isn't feeling well. In either case, it is not a ...