Grooming Help — Why do dogs lick paws
Posted by Preeti Sood on
Ever noticed your dog profusely licking his paws, which has caused you both to visit the vet a little more often? The small inflammation that appears between the paws are usually hairless, fleshy lumps that cause excessive itching leading to licking, and eventually limping in dogs. The condition medically termed as “Interdigital Cysts” is found most commonly in short coat dogs like Labradors, Bull Dogs etc, but may also appear in other breeds, even if not that commonly. Your usual visits to the vets may result in tests for allergies, cancer, anti-biotics, putting the dog on an e-collar and sometimes...
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