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Why do dogs chew on their feet?


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Dogs that chew on their feet or legs usually have a yeast or bacterial skin infection. Some dogs also have an obsessive-compulsive disorder that is caused by stress or boredom that will cause them to lick or scratch.

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Usually, dogs chew on their feet because they itch, but sometimes it can be secondary to discomfort or boredom.

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A lot of the time it is their nails need to be trimmed, but it could also be from a parasite or maybe a type of infection.

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