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Pоpulаr quеstiоn:Why dо my dоgs grооm еасh оthеr?

Discussion in 'Dog Grooming' started by Benoit W, Mar 23, 2016.

  1. Benoit W

    Benoit W New Member

    Pоpulаr quеstiоn:Why dо my dоgs grооm еасh оthеr?
    Sоmе dоgs just likе tо grооm. My friеnd hаs а dоg thаt аlwаys likеs tо grооm аny nеw puppy thеy gеt, аnd аlsо tо liсk hеr humаn, еsp сlеаn thе fееt аnd tоеs.

    Thеy sее еасh оthеr аs еquаls in thе pасk,аnd thаt is why thеy grооm еасh оthеr, thеy dо thе sаmе things fоr еасh оthеr.

    Аnd yоu nеvеr knоw, thеy соuld bе kееping sоmеthing in сhесk, аnd nееd tо kееp сlеаning еасh оthеr. Just kееp wаtсhing fоr symptоms оf infесtiоn.


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  2. remnant

    remnant Member

    Dogs are very intelligent animals and they possess the quality of empathy. Dogs experience discomfort when they are clogged with dirt or flea infestations. They tend to express this discomfort by grooming others in the areas that inconvenience them. And it pays dividends because they are also groomed by their benefactors in return.
     
  3. DogDave

    DogDave New Member

    I've got 2 maltese breeds. The older one, on occasion, will constantly lick the back and neck of the smaller one for 15-20 minutes, the younger one doesn't seem to mind it, he just stays still. I've had a lot of dogs, but I've never seen that behavior. My vet seems to think it's just a "friendly" thing.
     

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