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Dog Paw Health Tips: 7 Things You Need To Know

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Pay attention

If your dog is limping or licking their paws, it could be a sign of a problem.

Your dog may not be able to speak, but it can still tell you when something is wrong.

They may limp, or lick and bite their paws, or demonstrate their need for help in some ways.

But, your dog is counting on you to notice and provide the care that can relieve their pain.

Common signs of problems include limping, licking and biting, scratching, and otherwise favoring a paw.

Unfortunately, these are all symptoms of a range of issues, including cuts, allergies, and other problems.

Use your best judgement and consult a vet whenever you’re unsure.

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These are just a few tips to help you keep your pooch’s paws in good shape.

Your dog’s paws are one of the most important ways it interacts with the world.

One sore pooch paw can be uncomfortable, and more than that can be a real problem.

But, with these tips, you can keep your pooch’s paws in premier health, and keep your dog happy, too.

Written by Flo

I am a writer and pet lover living in the Pacific Northwest. I own 2 cats, Bella and Junior, and they are adorable :) I have been an animal advocate and human companion for several dozen animals over the years. I have raised Cockatiels, cats, dogs, rabbits, chickens, and a tortoise. Writing is my second passion and writing for Funny Pet Stop is a fantastic match for me.

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