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healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/02/10/excessive-licking-surfaces-dogs.aspx

Feb 10, 2016 ... Finally a Canadian study concludes that most dogs with “excessive licking of surfaces” (ELS) behavior have a GI disorder; After treatment for their GI disorders, almost 60 percent of dogs in the study showed significant improvement in ELS behaviors, and over half had complete resolution; The treatment the ...

www.petmd.com/news/health-science/why-dogs-lick-and-when-worry-34301

Jun 20, 2016 ... Dogs lick themselves, that's a fact of life, but when does it get to be an issue? You may catch your pooch bathing daily to keep clean. This is an innate behavior in the animal kingdom. But there are times when licking can become excessive and can be a clinical sign of an underlying illness. Allergies are the ...

www.cesarsway.com/dog-behavior/excessive-licking/licking-obsession

Dear Cesar,. I have a 3-year-old toy Australian shepherd dog named Gina. She is an absolutely wonderful dog with a few challenges, one in particular that I need some advice on... obsessive licking. She is completely obsessed with licking all the time! My dog licks the air, your arms, your face, in your mouth, other dogs, ...

pets.webmd.com/dogs/guide/dogs-and-compulsive-scratching-licking-and-chewing

May 20, 2016 ... When trying to determine why your dog is licking or chewing excessively, be sure to consider the possibility that something is making him physically uncomfortable. For instance, if you notice your dog biting his paw repeatedly, he could have a thorn or sharp stone stuck in his foot pad. Compulsive chewing ...

www.petsbest.com/blog/9-reasons-dogs-lick-excessively

Aug 5, 2013 ... By Dr. Fiona, a veterinarian and blogger for pet insurance provider, Pets Best Insurance All dogs lick, but some dogs lick in excess. In these situations,

www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/why-my-dog-excessively-licking-his-paws

Apr 14, 2015 ... Is your dog licking at his paws constantly? Notice a red, swollen, inflamed appearance to the area between the paws? If this is happening, read on! Not only does excessive licking cause discomfort for your dog, but it is often due to an underlying medical problem. Often times, excessive licking of the paws is due to one of ...

veterinarymedicine.dvm360.com/help-my-dog-licks-everything

Although many owners think it is simply annoying, excessive licking can harm a dog or be a sign of medical problems. Learn to identify the causes of repetitive licking in dogs and how to treat it, so you are ready the next time owners bring up the issue. source-image. Apr 01, 2008. By Valarie V. Tynes, DVM, DACVB.

wagwalking.com/condition/excessive-licking

Excessive licking is a compulsive behavior which can affect any dog, of either gender, of any age and of any breed. While it is a behavior which can drive a pet parent crazy, it is not without its serious side. Many canines who lick compulsively do so from anxiety reasons, there are also some underlying systemic causes ...

www.quickanddirtytips.com/pets/dog-behavior/what-should-you-do-about-your-dogs-excessive-licking

Jun 30, 2009 ... Get The Dog Trainer's take on what you should do about your dog's excessive licking. Learn what compulsive licking might mean and how to stop your dog from constantly licking.