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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Your Dog’s Obsessive Licking

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  • Canine acral lick dermatitis (ALD), or lick granuloma, is a serious self-injury to a dog’s skin caused by obsessive licking. The most common spot for ALD is the front side of a forelimb, somewhere between the toes and the elbow. Acral lick dermatitis is most commonly seen in large breed dogs.

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