Why do dogs have pads on their paws?
Bones would be injured if dogs walked on them with no padding.
Dogs sometimes lick their paws because they have allergies and their paws itch. This is usually the case when the dog is also biting at their paws. Dogs are able to take the medicine Benedryl. You should talk to your veterinarian about specific dosing instructions. If your dogs stops licking and chewing on its paws then the most likely reason is that your dog is allergic to something.
Road salt contains harsh chemicals and can harm dogs in two ways. It can burn and irritate their paws, causing the pads to bleed. If your pet licks off the salt and ingests it, he can develop digestive problems or suffer a reaction to the toxins. The best solution to prevent these scenarios is to put inexpensive fleece "booties" on Fido's paws before you take him for a walk in the winter.
Either the dog has injured it's paws or it has gotten into something bloody. Sometimes a dogs paws will bleed if their nails are ground too short and the quick is exposed. Sometimes the pads will become abraded and bleed if the dog has run on rough dirt or pavement too much. Their could be cuts on it's feet.
It matters what type of floor you're talking about. It may be because the dog doesn't like the feel of that floor on its paws, since dogs have pads on their paws to protect their feet, but this doesn't stop their paws being very sensitive. Some dogs, despite their thick fur will not go through grass because they know that there are nettles there and will refuse to go through the grass. On the other…
in general, there could be two realistic answers to this. The first as a joke ... none, dogs don't have feet they have paws. The second answer forgiving the feet/paw issue and presuming you meant paws.. 1 to 4. (normally people list larger number first, but since your question was dogs to feet/paws, 1 dog - 4 paws) Normal healthy dogs have 4 paws. Exceptions are made for lame or genetically incorrect dogs (there have…