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Question from Evelyn Carter
Why has my dog suddenly started shaking her head and licking her feet and private area?
Our Vet Says:

If a dog starts shaking her head, it is possible that she has an ear infection and all dogs clean their private area, the only difference is in how frequently they do this. If your dog is licking her feet, it could be out of boredom or a side effect of a change in the detergent used to clean the house. I would advise that you consult a vet and get her ears checked at the earliest.



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