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How do Girls like there pusey licked?
one spelled pussy, two just get in there most are clitorally stimulated so find that and go for it. P.S. no teeth
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Most cats that are on friendly terms with each other will lick and groom each other.
No, it is not bad, in fact, it may be a very sensual experience, depending on the area you lick and the pressure applied. However, not all individuals enjoy the feeling, so it… is important to know what they like first before you try it. Some toppings add to the experience; whipped cream, chocolate, fruit, and ice cream are all sensual and tasty, but can be messy. (MORE)
guys love licking girls feet because of how soft and tasty( some ) really are and guys think of girls feet like goddesses ruling the world
Why do dogs lick? For the most part, dogs are licking for the very reason you think they are, to show affection. However, affection licking is commonly confused with other rea…sons, some of which may surprise you. You may think your dog is licking you to say he loves you, but in reality, it may be as simple as he likes the way you taste. Even a meniscal amount of food on your hands or face may be too much to resist. Dogs are also attracted to the salt on human skin, as well as any new scents that we carry. An unfamiliar smell on a dog's person may be worthy of investigating with a sniff and then a lick. This can provide immense information about where you have been. You missed the hard stare he was giving you. You disregarded the nose nudge and tap of his paw. He wants your attention but he knows barking has proven counter productive in the past. At this point, he may have to revert to licking your hand, arm, or going straight for your face to get your attention. Next time, take notice to see if there is something your dog is trying to tell you. Is the water bowl empty? Does he need a potty break? Or, he may simply just be bored and want to play. Licking can be a self-soothing behavior. It is thought to release endorphins and offer a means for reducing stress. Dogs may lick humans, themselves, or objects just because it is a relaxing and soothing way to pass the time. If a dog is nervous, he may lick or smack his own lips as way of calming his nerves or letting another dog know he is not a threat. When licking becomes repetitive or obsessive, that can indicate a problem. For example, what may have started out as licking a tasty part of the couch can turn into an obsessive-compulsive behavior for some anxiety prone dogs. Constant licking can quickly become a learned behavior for coping with chronic stress. A dog might incessantly lick furniture, toys, people, and even themselves. When it is an obsessive behavior, it is the opposite of a stress reducer and may require behavior modification and possibly medical interventionWound licking is an instinctive behavior in many animals. Saliva contains bacteria killing enzymes and the force of licking can remove debris and dead tissue, promoting healing in some cases. However, excessive licking can cause an area to become raw and create open sores, actually worsening a wound and causing infection. Allergies are also a very common reason for dogs to lick, especially at their feet and paw pads. Some sources of pain are deep within the tissues or joints, but a dog might still lick the surface at an attempt to locate and treat the source.Cats are not the only species that get credit for good hygiene. Dogs also lick themselves as a way of grooming. Some breeds of dogs are known for having impeccable grooming habits, such as the Vizsla, the Shiba Inu and Chihuahua. Anal area cleaning is common but may also indicate that the anal glands are impacted and need to be emptied, or "expressed". It is highly recommended a veterinary professional or qualified groomer express a dog's anal glands. We know that dogs lick people, themselves, and other objects, but why other dogs? Licking is an important means of communication between canines. Puppies lick their mothers as a way of requesting food. Licking another dog's mouth can be a sign of respect and submission and helps establish pack structure. Many times though, dogs lick each other as way of requesting friendship, grooming, and showing affection.Are dogs mouths' really cleaner than humans? The truth is, this old saying is a myth. In fact, a dog's mouth is loaded with bacteria and tartar. The good news is, the bacteria is species specific and is usually harmless to humans. Dogs are known for licking. It is one of the first survival skills they learn and is a basic instinct with many purposes and meanings. Their targets can be their humans, other animal companions, themselves, food, and even inanimate objects. By learning more about this natural behavior, one can better understand dogs and their needs. (MORE)
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If your dog is licking its lips, it could be a sign of a medical or abnormal condition. At first it looks like something is temporarily annoying your dog, but as you keep obse…rving him, the licking continues. Your dog acts uncomfortable, and you suspect something is wrong. So, what causes and can cure this quirky behavior? The following are some reasons for lip-licking that your dog may be experiencing.In some cases, if your dog shows these symptoms, it is just nauseous. It may drool or lick its lips to get rid of extra saliva. It might also eat grass as a natural way to make itself vomit. It could be that your dog has eaten something that does not agree with its stomach. Make sure your dog has clean food and water.Something might be wrong with your dog's mouth, causing oral pain and discomfort. You should check for signs of dental decay or any objects embedded in the mouth. In particular, you should look under the dog's tongue for swelling. If these areas look swollen, then this may be a sign of a sialocele. This condition needs to be cured by a vet as soon as possible.Your dog might have swallowed a foxtail. These are grass awns known to cause a lot of trouble in dogs. Sometimes these travel up a dog's nose, in its ears, between its toes and even in the lungs. Your dog appears nervous, swallows many times and licks its lips a lot. It may also lick the floor, people or walls. See a vet immediately to cure this problem.In some cases, dogs may develop partial seizures. This causes your dog to lick and snap at the air. Your dog is still conscious and responsive but acting in a strange manner. Check with your vet about treatment options if your dog has seizures.If your dog is licking its lips, it might be happening for no obvious reason. It could be your dog is exposed to something toxic. A dog that licks its lips and seems very uncomfortable should not be ignored. See your vet if your dog is not feeling any better.The event of a dog licking its lips is intended to calm the dog. Research shows that by licking its lips, dogs are able to tap into physical and mental triggers that calm them.Dogs will naturally eat grass if they are feeling nauseous, but in some cases they do not even want to do that. If this is the case for your dog, then it is acceptable to give them a small amount of Pepto-Bismol or crushed Pepcid to relieve their stomach issues. (MORE)
Paw licking in dogs can be triggered by a number of things such as stress, environmental disruptions, and even an underlying illness. Finding the root cause is imperative to c…orrecting the behavior. When your dog licks its paws continuously, it can break down its skin. The fur will fall out and the skin will become raw. This leaves the dog susceptible to infection. Use this list of do's and don'ts to identify potential causes and to explore ways to discourage this behavior.Typically, obsessive paw licking is a sign of stress. Sometimes this stress can come from the dog's surroundings or an illness. If you cannot identify a source of stress, take it to the vet for an exam. Your vet will run tests to rule out conditions and diseases such as heartworms, fleas/ticks, roundworms, and cancer.If you discover the source of stress, remove your dog from the situation or the stressor. For example, if a new pet in the home if causing stress, limit the interaction. Gradually expose the two animals to one another. If your dog has a physical illness that is causing the behavior, provide all medications prescribed by your vet and any dietary changes that are necessary. Once the dog is feeling better, the behavior will likely stop.If after a thorough exam by your vet you find that there are no environmental triggers and no illnesses present, you may have to consider psychoactive drugs such as clonazepam. This is an anti-anxiety drug. Your vet will be the best resource to explore this option when all other causes have been ruled out.Get all home remedies approved by your vet before using them to treat your pet. Many natural remedies for skin and irritation that soothe human skin can harm an animal's skin. These remedies can further inflame your dog's already irritated paws, causing them to lick them even more.Sometimes paw licking is a cry for attention. Take special time each day to spend with your dog. Teach it tricks or encourage it to play with its toys. If this is the cause of the behavior, you will notice the dog lick's its paws a bit less. Continue to show it attention and praise the dog when it stops licking its paws.Dogs loved to be touched. Don't just pet your dog, but massage it by applying gentle pressure. Massaging releases endorphins in your dog's brain. This produces natural antidepressants, which can reduce your dog's stress levels.Paw licking can cause severe skin damage, but it can also be corrected. Try to pinpoint the triggers that cause your dog's behavior and address them. If in the event your dog needs medications, follow the schedule set by your doctor. Most of the time these medications are given temporarily and have few side effects. Always take your dog to the vet for regular check-ups to maintain its overall good health.In addition to anti-anxiety medications, pain killers can also work. Speak to your vet about the pros and cons of both and which will benefit your pet more. (MORE)
Cats are very clean creatures. Unlike dogs, you do not need to worry about regularly bathing your cat if you do not want to or need to do so. While certain breeds of cats may …require that you bathe them, the majority of them do just find grooming themselves. However, if you find that your cat is suddenly obsessively licking himself or herself, to the point that there is fur loss, there may be an underlying psychological or physiological cause for this strange behavior. Below are just a few of the reasons why your cat may be taking his or her cleaning routine too far. Many cats become easily stressed by changes in the environment, the introduction of a new cat in the family, and other factors. Because cats are creatures of habit, they do not do well with any sudden changes. Using natural herbal remedies and Bach flower remedies during stressful situations, such as car rides, can limit the amount of stress they feel. However, many cats react to stress in ways that involve harming themselves, such as over-grooming. If your cat is cleaning himself or herself too much, think about what has been going on recently in the environment at home that might have caused the stress level to increase. If you can remove the stressors, do so right away, as consistent stress will only increase the negative behavior. Cats who are in pain may also lick themselves excessively. If you notice that your cat is licking only one particular part of the body, such as the back or belly, the pain is most likely located there. In the event that your cat is in pain, it is important to diagnose the source of it. Once you can diagnose the cause, you can work to relieve it. And once the pain is relieved, the licking will stop as well. If your cat feels itchy, he or she will relieve it by grooming. You may also note that your cat scratches as well. If the itching is all over the body, you will notice not only excessive grooming but also excessive scratching and biting. Itching can be caused by fleas, a parasitic infection of some kind, or even allergies to things like dust and pollen. Again, talking with your veterinarian will help you pinpoint the cause and find solutions to the problem. Poor nutrition is yet another reason that many cats feel the need to overdo it when it comes to keeping themselves clean. Conventional pet foods may be lacking in the proper levels of protein, fats, and essential fatty acids that keep the skin and fur healthy and vibrant. If your cat is eating a poor quality food, this can lead to allergic reactions in the skin. It can also mean that your cat's body is trying to detoxify through the skin because it is unable to do so through the proper mechanisms throughout the body, including the digestive tract. Making sure you feed a whole food, human-grade, high-quality diet designed for felines may help keep the body functioning optimally and reduce the incidence of allergic reactions. Whenever your cat is cleaning himself or herself too much, especially if he or she is removing fur as a result, it is important to consider that there may be an underlying health problem causing this behavior. Cystitis and other urinary tract problems can actually result in obsessive cleaning. Anal sac problems can be another culprit. And yet another systemic problem that may lead your cat to this type of behavior is hyperthyroidism. Therefore, have your cat examined by a veterinarian to be sure. While cats spend hours every day cleaning themselves, if you notice that your cat is overdoing it, it is time to bring him or her to the vet for a checkup. Because there are so many things that can cause a cat to behave this way, it is important to pinpoint the cause and get to work fixing the problem. Switching to a high quality diet can be the first step in relieving not just the psychological and physical stress but also any other ailments your cat may be suffering from. And giving your cat plenty of attention and playtime can also help relieve daily stress. If your cat is cleaning himself or herself to the point that there is a bald spot on the body, keep a close eye to make sure that he or she does not continue to irritate the same area. If the skin breaks, it can eventually lead to an infection. In the meantime, bring your cat to a veterinarian who can help you determine the cause and provide you with solutions. (MORE)
There may be a behavioral issue if your dog is licking its paw excessively and frequently. This may be related to medical issues such as an insect bite or an infected wood chi…p stuck in its foot. If this is the case, then you should take your pet to the veterinarian to have it checked out. Your pet may also be chewing on the same foot regularly or need to chew all its feet. It's advised that if you see a soggy wet foot, and this is usually at the same time of day, this could be because your pet is bored or stressed, and is using its own body as a toy to keep it occupied. If the foot is red and swollen or has crusty flakes, this could be related to a local irritant. The skin may be inflamed or infected from bacterial, fungal, or parasite issues. If the cause is no longer present, then the pet will still chew on its paw as a continued trauma cycle. This will result in continued inflammation. Arthritis or internal conditions can also cause pain, which you will not visibly see. Gently press the pad to ensure that there are no wood spikes embedded or on the skin between the padding. Pets may simply lick their feet from a bad habit that they cannot break. When the pet is relaxed, stressed, or bored, it can also chew on its nails. Depending upon the severity of this habit, you can use behavioral techniques to break the cycle. Gently hold the wet foot and say No in a low firm voice. You may need to do this repeatedly before your pet understands the command. If your pet is repeatedly chewing its feet once you have been outdoors, especially in a park, then you need to spend 20 minutes with your pet when you get home. Simply press on the pads and between the pads on the skin to ensure that it does not have any burrs or wood chips embedded in the fur or skin. Then gently pry each toe apart to check in between the toes for any twigs that might have stuck in the skin. If your pet has long fur, then it will usually attract many twigs, sticky leaves, and burrs. These need to be removed immediately. Each time your pet forms a daily or regular habit of chewing its feet, you can easily distract the pet by playing with it for 20 minutes. Pets need to be incentivized, and dogs aren't particularly proactive on playing with toys by themselves. The moment that you see your pet chewing on its foot, you should start throwing a ball or a toy around so that it will chase after it. Your dog will then forget about its foot momentarily. If the soft tissue between the pads, on the top of the foot, or between the toes is swollen, then this can be due to a number of reasons. Your pet may have been stung by an insect, stood on a piece of glass and have an infection, or an abscess might be forming. Bee stings can produce a rapid swelling, but stings are not painful to your best friend. This allergic reaction, providing it is not infected, will subside in under a day. Spider bites can be painful so you should take your pet to the vet immediately when this occurs. There could be numerous reasons why your dog is licking its paws. This can be due to a bad habit forming based on stress or boredom. If this is the case, then simply play with your pet the moment that you see a wet foot. If your pet has long fur, then you will need to always check for burrs and wood chips that get stuck into the skin while you are out walking in the park. For swollen paws, this could be from a bee sting, but if the swelling does not reduce and your pet is in pain, then you will need to see your veterinarian immediately. If your pet has long fur, then you will need to always check for burrs and wood chips that get stuck into the skin while you are out walking in the park. For swollen paws, this could be from a bee sting, but if the swelling does not reduce and your pet is in pain, then you will need to see your veterinarian immediately. (MORE)
Dogs have their own special way of telling us their wants and needs. It is our duty as their companions to try to understand what the behavior means and what the animal is try…ing to tell us. A dog licking lips can mean a number of different things. Some of them are serious, and some of them are not so serious. Of course, you are the best one to determine which of these may be the case for your pet.Dogs lick their lips for many reasons. If they have not been eating something sticky, then they may be having some other type of discomfort in their mouth. They may also exhibit this habit when they have something wrong with their tummy. Some of these causes are minor, but they can be serious such as a focal partial seizure. They may also be trying to tell you that they are afraid or angry. This behavior can mean that they are telling you to back off or it may bite.If there are medical causes for the behavior, then the obvious course of action is to remove the problem. The first course of action would be to look in its mouth, provided that the animal does not object to this or become aggressive. Look for anything such as redness or swelling that may indicate a problem. They sometimes chew on sticks and get splinters in their mouth or get them stuck in their teeth. One of the most common causes of the licking behavior is nausea. They lick because they are producing extra saliva. If the animal tries to eat grass, this may be their way of getting rid of something they ate that did not agree with them or that may be toxic. If they are pacing nervously and trying to vomit but nothing comes out, they should be seen by a vet immediately because this can be a sign of bloat, which can be serious and lead to death.Tongue flicking can mean that your animal is anxious or stressed out for some reason. It is sort of like biting your nails or fidgeting. The licks can be over the nose or very tiny. They can be very subtle. They usually mean that they are trying to calm themselves. Tongue flicking is usually one of the later stages of anxiety and in some, if pushed; they will bite soon after they begin the tongue flicking stage. Failure to recognize this early warning sign is one of the main reasons for bites. This is your canine's way of telling you that they have really had enough and you should not push them any farther. The animal may be panting heavily and their tail may either be straight up and slowly moving from side to side, straight out, or tucked under their route. The ears will usually be back. They may look away from you.The best way to determine what is wrong with your pet is to look at other signs that they are exhibiting. Tongue licking does not occur on its own and is always accompanied by something else. Watching for the other signs can give you and your veterinary more clues as to what is happening. If it seems to be in distress and the behavior is accompanied by whining or pacing, then it is best to make a call the vet right away. If they are trying to eat grass, the best thing that you can do is to let them eat grass to expel whatever is causing them distress. If you find that it has swollen or bleeding gums, then it is best to call the veterinary and ask for advice or make an appointment. Gathering as much information about how it is acting, aside from the licking, will help them to find the source of the problem more quickly.If the animal is not suffering from a medical condition, then it may be that it is trying to tell you something serious. Watch your animal's body language or other signs of aggression or stress. If your animal has reached the point where it is licking, then you need to listen. One of the most common reasons for bites involving children is that they do not know how to read the animal's language. Children need to know that this behavior means the animal is warning them about what they are going to do if they do not stop. Children should learn to recognize the sign that they need to be left alone and they need to do it, otherwise they are only exercising their right to protest the child's behavior.A dog licking its lips is one of its most distinctive signs that something is wrong. Watching your canine companion and getting to know what is normal for them is one of the best ways to understand their communication. If the behavior starts all of a sudden and they have not done this in the past, then you should definitely try to find the source. They do not just do this arbitrarily, it always has a cause. If the problem is behavioral and the animal is stressed, you must remove the source of the stress or the animal immediately before it bites. The canine and human relationship is one of mutual respect and understanding your canine's language is the first step to that respect.If you have to give your canine friend medicine, ask your vet if you can mix it with peanut butter. Putting in peanut butter is a great way to get it down without a lot of hassle or protest. They will look forward to medication time and will probably come running as soon as you open the peanut butter jar. This is a little way that you can make medicine time a little more pleasant for you and your friend and use licking to your advantage. (MORE)
yes, i do, especially asians!
No it's not that. Kissing is lips, french kissing is when tongues are inserted. try not to lick though.
Girls don't, only when there is a yummy food that they cant wait to get there hands on. but everyone does that? The same reason we all do to keep them moist and comfortable.… the reason males notice girls liking their lips would probably be a better question. (MORE)