why does my dog lick his hip?

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Answered: Constant licking

Found my answer to constance licking. Went to the vet - Toby had Pododermatitis which is infection of the skin on the paw (in his case) When he licked his paw (which can be very painful (why he was trying to bite me when I tried to stop him) then scrappings went on couch or sheets and he would lick ...

Answered: Are small dogs apt to be burdened with hip ...

Not all of them. It depends on the breed, and if it is a mixed breed then it is more likely. In saying that it is not a definite fate. Like all of us, old age catches up, so joint soreness is inevitable, but major hip problems are more common in larger mixed breed dogs. . Omega 3 oils are great to ...

Answered: Surgery to help with a dog's hip dysplasia is very ...

my dog is 10years of age and he has a big a big lump on life side of his hip please tell me what i can do to help my dog

Answered: Dog licking kids in mouth

I think that is not a very good habit for children.Because your pet dog may be safe and good and clean but the dogs otherwise maynot be and this habit will eventually be with the children. Baby Gift Basket

Answered: Why would a dog lick a person's feet?

Dogs love the taste of sweat. Your feet are full of bacteria and sweat, especially after a long day in shoes. They cannot grab things the way humans can so they use their tongues to explore.
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