Why do dogs lick pillows

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Dog behavior can be hard to figure out. Some dogs spend their days licking everything in sight. Why do dogs lick walls, floors, the carpet, a toy, us, themselves and even cats?

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Other times, it becomes irritating. If you have ever owned your own pup, then you have probably wondered once or twice: Why do dogs lick? Licking is a way for your dog to show affection.

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Some dogs chase their tails, while others like to roll around in the foulest smelling thing they can find in the back yard. My normally fearless Rottie is absolutely petrified of plastic grocery bags. Many dogs lick the occasional carpet, but some dogs are such dedicated floor lickers that veterinarians have coined a term — excessive licking syndrome — for the condition.

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Dogs are great! They're loyal to a fault, always happy and they seem to genuinely care for their owners. However, they're also a little bit wacky from time to time and do more than their fair share of things we don't understand, which drives us to question their behavior.

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If your dog licks you or your guests obsessively, however, it may get tiresome very quickly. Perhaps more importantly, obsessive licking is often a sign of heightened anxiety, and should be addressed for your dog's sake, as well as your own. Learning how to curb your dog's licking tendencies may help you determine if it's just an outpouring of affection or signs of something more serious.

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The bottom line is that most of the time, dogs will lick their people as a sign of affection. You taste good, too! But much as barking can be, licking is also a multi-faceted tool that seems to play many roles in canine behavior and, consequently, tends towards many different interpretations.

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Licking obsessions are very common in pet dogs. Psychological anxiety usually brought on by boredom can worsen an oral fixation. Two dogs with the same interest in fabric can get trapped in a feedback loop with each other.

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Does your dog lick things obsessively? A dog licking various objects is considered pretty much normal among pet owners and experts. But when a dog obsessively and abnormally licks the floor, or brick walls, or other objects…that is another story.

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Has your dog ever seemed to go into a trance while licking furniture, her bed, or your hand? A health problem might be behind this behavior. He also likes […].

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Dogs may like to lick before they go to sleep because it stirs latent memories of when they were puppies. From the moment they're born until they're separated from their mother, puppies are subjected to vigorous maternal tongue washes. It stimulates their growth and keeps them clean.

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