Question by  miainpink (17)

Why do dogs lick people?


Answer by  jmansfie (282)

Dogs lick people because they love them. People are the primary caregivers for dogs, and dogs recognize the people that feed, pet, and take care of them, and make them happy. Also, dogs like the salt on people's skin and that may be another factor in why dogs lick people.


Answer by  Max (33)

Dogs lick people because they show their affection to the people they live with or are friends with. It is seen in the dog family that parent dogs lick their puppies and each other to show their concerns for them. It is also a sign of love and expression.


Answer by  baba24 (270)

Dogs lick people just to show their appreciation and affection to their owners or to a person they find likeable.


Answer by  Cristina (339)

They lick people because it's their way of saying hi and of giving kisses. THey are also expressing their love.


Answer by  y07cheskey2 (-2)

why do dogs lick people and how cute can you dogs and puppies

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