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Why does my dog chew on his leg?

asked 2017-06-23 23:25:41 -0600

Why does my dog chew on his leg?

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It depends on the pooch, however, a lot of the times they do this because they have an allergy to a food they are eating or something in their environment (outside), or a shampoo. The other possibility is that they are bored and would like more hard bones to chew! Make sure to chew for fleas too!

Aubrey H.'s profile imageAubrey H. ( 2017-06-24 15:46:17 -0600 )edit

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answered 2018-02-09 00:16:02 -0600

Dog chew because of uneasy things happening to his leg. Some insects or earthworms are attached to his skin under dogs hair towards a dogs skin which gives a lot of pain to your loved dogs. It can be stopped by making dog a regular bath and trim some hairs which can https://petdogwheelchair.com/dog-chewing-on-leg-stop-him/ (make a dog healthy) and can stop chewing of his own leg.

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answered 2017-07-03 17:10:50 -0600

That is because the most common reason for dogs to chew their feet is due to allergy to things they inhale. The same pollens, dusts, and molds that give us “hay fever” symptoms will give dogs itchy skin – typically chewing or biting of the feet, rubbing of the face and ears, and scratching in the armpits

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