If you have corkie, you know the little tongue that corkie licks 100 times a minute. It may be quite cute, but it can also get annoying. Why does my corkie lick me so much. It’s a symbol that we corkie love. Corkie won’t do this to anyone. This only happens when the relationship between the two of you is strong and stable, which shows how close your relationship is.
For corkie, licking is the dog’s instinct. When puppies are born, their mother licks them not only to clean them up, but also to stimulate their blood circulation. In turn, corkie puppies lick their mother when they want to eat and breast feed.
How do you feel when your corkie licks you? Well, do you like drooling love or dry cuddling? Whenever you see your corkie licking obsessively and incessantly, you will feel very depressed. Of course, there is a reason for this behavior, as a good goalkeeper, you should be able to identify the problem. There are different reasons for licking Yorkshire dogs, which can be divided into medicine and behavior. Some of the most common causes are: anxiety, boredom, skin problems, stomach discomfort, fleas, dry skin or infection. However, corkie tends to lick more than any other dog breed, so it can also behave completely naturally.
Before corkie learns to stop doing something, corkie must know exactly what it is. This training involves this element.
-- Bearded Collie
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-- Tosa Inu
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