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 Why does my dog bite his paws?

Answer Dogs may bite or lick their paws to soothe an injury or relieve irritation. But if biting persists after the dog's injury or irritation has healed, it could be a behavioral disorder.InjuryDog saliv... Read More »
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Why Does My Dog Continuously Lick His Paws?

A dog owner may wonder why his pet incessantly licks his paws, and may find the behavior disturbing. The dog may have an understandable reason for licking his paws, such as fleas or allergies. Yet,... Read More »
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What Does a Fur Discoloration of Paws Mean?

Dogs can get dirty rather quickly, especially if they are light colored. Most of the time, coat discoloration results from something they've gotten into. Dirt, garbage and miscellaneous grime that ... Read More »
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Does Michigan have a dog bite statute and if so what is the dog-bite statute in Michigan?

Michigan does have a dog-bite statute and that statute is called a statutory strict liability, meaning if a dog bites a person, without provocation, while the person is on public property, or lawfu... Read More »
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Uhh... I got bite (spider bite) on my private spot and i would like to know if it's poisonis?

Probably not. Depends where you live. If you're in the UK, then there are no poisonous spiders that just roam around (except for some very few, rare times). It is much more likely that it is red ju... Read More »
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