Your dog keeps licking its paws? Have you noticed this habit? Don’t know what it means? Then, pay attention to this video.
Every dog loves a good walk with its human. Walks in parks, on the street, or at the beach are when dogs can distract their minds, strengthen the paws, and spend some energy.
But have you ever noticed your dog licking its paws after a walk?
If your dog has this habit, something might be wrong. There are many reasons for that.
One of them is the high temperatures of asphalt where the dog walks, and a simple one to solve.
If your dog seems bothered and nibbles at the paws while licking them, it might be a sign of fleas, ticks, or mites.
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Another reason for licking their paws is a tiny bruise.
Lastly, it can be a behavior change.
Now that you know some of the causes for this behavior, you surely want to learn how to take care of their paws, right?
As common as it is to see a dog licking its paws, we should always pay attention to see if it is happening more frequently than usual.
If you have had this issue before, share your experience with us and what you did to solve it.
0:00 Why is My Dog Excessively Licking His Paws
0:32 Is the Pavement Too Hot for Your Pup’s Paws?
0:48 Dog Licking Paws Because of Fleas, Ticks and Mites
1:07 Dog Licking Paws Because of a Bruise
1:19 Dog Anxiety and Stress
2:02 How To Stop Dog From Licking Paws
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