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My dog keeps gagging and licking everything


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My dog keeps gagging and licking everything. I've tried to clean his mouth with a Q-tip but that's not really effective. I have tried the Listerine rinse and I don't think it's the dog's problem. He seems to be really healthy other than this.

I've even tried putting some sort of minty-smelling treat in there and giving it to him and when he licks the treat, I tell him "NOOOOO!" but he doesn't listen.

I don't want to put a muzzle on him. The problem seems to be that he keeps licking my mouth when I try to drink water and it's really gross.

Is this a common problem with dogs? Is there anything I can do to try to stop it without resorting to putting him on a muzzle? Is there a type of dog I'm not supposed to own that might have this problem or something?

He does not have any dental problems. He doesn't seem to be getting food that's too hot or cold. He doesn't seem to be eating too much or too little, other than that I'm not sure.

It seems like it could be a problem with his taste buds or something. He's only had this problem since I got him, maybe 3 months or so.

We live in a mostly-city area where there are a lot of people walking their dogs. This has really only started to happen since we moved in to this house. I can hear all the dogs at the park.

I'm thinking of giving him a bath and shampooing him in hopes that the water cleans out whatever is causing the problem. That's probably the most obvious thing I can think of. Any other ideas or suggestions?

I'm thinking of giving him a bath and shampooing him in hopes that the water cleans out whatever is causing the problem. That's probably the most obvious thing I can think of. Any other ideas or suggestions?

If your dog is drinking water from you while you're taking a shower or if he does it frequently after being bathed, then it might be a hygiene issue.

Have you considered that he may actually be salivating at the water and that it's not so much a problem with the taste buds as it is an issue with your hands or feet?

This is something that happens with dogs (and with people, I've experienced it myself). If you have wet hands or feet, your dog's tongue might come in contact with your hand/foot. Saliva is a natural thing and it can cause the issue.

Have you considered that he may actually be salivating at the water and that it's not so much a problem with the taste buds as it is an issue with your hands or feet?

This is something that happens with dogs (and with people, I've experienced it myself). If you have wet hands or feet, your dog's tongue might come in contact with your hand/foot. Saliva is a natural thing and it can cause the issue.

He has had this problem a lot since we've been here. He will lick my hands when I'm trying to pet him or give him water. I don't think that it's an issue with my hands/feet. I've washed him and it's still a problem. He always stops when I stop giving him water, so he's not drinking all that much.

He does seem to like getting his mouth washed, though. When I was younger and still lived at home, I had a dog named Moxie and she liked being washed just about as much as my mother.

It sounds to me like your dog has an instinctual desire to lick the hand that's giving him attention. I've seen it happen with puppies in particular. It's something I'm very familiar with because it happens all the time with my own little boy.

The next thing you can do is try some kind of "toy" or treat that you give your dog when you're playing with him. Something like a squeaky toy, or a small treat, or a favorite toy of his that you can give him when he wants to be petted. It might be an instant turnoff, but you might be able to get some immediate satisfaction for your dog, and also give him something he wants.

This is something that happens with dogs (and with people, I've experienced it myself). If you have wet hands or feet, your dog's tongue might come in contact with your hand/foot. Saliva is a natural thing and it can cause the issue.

Have you considered that he may actually be salivating at the water and that it's not so much a problem with the taste buds as it is an issue with your hands or feet?

He's not drinking as much water as he used to. It could be a water problem. I haven't thought about it being saliva since I would have to wash him every day and I don't want to be that mean. We've tried to give him water for the last few days and he just seems to keep on drinking the water after we've stopped him. He seems to be thirsty. He drinks water from the bowl on the floor.

My dog likes to lick my hands and feet. It's not an issue with the hands/feet, I don't have any wet hands/feet.

I'm thinking of giving him a bath and shampooing him in hopes that the water cleans out whatever is causing the problem. That's probably the most obvious thing I can think of. Any other ideas or suggestions?

I've had this issue with some dogs. I think the thing that's probably most important is to just not do it. It's very natural for dogs to lick hands and feet. I've never been able to figure out what causes them to do it, and I've never been able to find a solution other than ignoring it. If your dog does this frequently, he may have an instinctive desire to lick your hands or feet. If you just can't stand it, it may help to distract him when he's trying to lick your hands or feet. If your hands/feet are very sweaty, you might be


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