For some dogs, licking feet can even reach the point of obsession, regardless of whether the toes in question just came from the gym or the shower. But what does it mean if your dog licks your feet? Is your pup trying to tell you something with his tongue, or is he just in the mood for a quick snack? Licking is a multipurpose behavior , and the motive behind it can be difficult to pin down — especially when your pup goes for the toes. From the very minute a dog is born, the act of licking plays a key role in information gathering, communication and feeding, according to Dr. Elizabeth Stelow , chief of animal behavior services at the University of California, Davis.
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First feet for Cassie HD. First feet for Cassie mp4. Male feet for Kat HD. Katrina will lick his boots, smell his socks and worship his big feet. She is a good submissive foot slave.
Ask A Vet: Why Does My Dog Lick My Feet?
Dogs do things that we might not love, and licking our feet is one of those things. We should never forget that our dogs are designed to communicate with others without using words. Communicating with dogs is like trying to learn a foreign language, only harder… because even the familiar letters are absent.
He spends most of the five hour event lying on his back, by the wall, while women stand on his face. When I see him at the end of the night, his hair is matted to the back of his head. Every couple of minutes, he taps my ankle.