Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Repetitive behaviors can be dangerous to a dog’s health. Here’s how to help.

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For some dogs it’s tail chasing to the point of exhaustion. For others, it’s continuous licking of the lower legs and feet — so much so that the dog strips off part of his skin and develops a pink and knobby heap of granulation tissue called acral lick dermatitis. (The non-stop licking can even end […]
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