When Your Dog Can’t Stop Licking His Legs

Getting to the bottom of acral lick granuloma — and treating it successfully once and for all.

Your dog won’t stop licking one of his front legs to the point that there’s a significant abrasion at or above his “wrist” (carpal joint). It looks like a big open sore, with the fur eaten away right down through the skin. You keep telling him to leave his leg alone, but he simply cannot; […]
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