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What are the causes of a dog always licking its toes?

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Some dogs lick their toes out of boredom. If your dog is an only pet, she may be looking for a way to pass the time when you aren't available to play or walk her. Try giving her puzzle toys, such as toys with a hidden food treat inside, when you are
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