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My little Jack Russel Ladybird is often seen with her paws in her mouth. As Birgit said unless she's causing secondary problems I wouldn't worry about it.

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1/3/13 9:04 P

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I have a whippet that trims her own nails. I wouldn't worry about it unless she bites herself raw. Some dogs seem to like the taste of their nails.


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Mutt bites his nails when he gets burs on his nails. I only cut his nails once a year. He seams to have more right after he has his nails cut.

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We have a 2 year old rescue mutt, and she has recently started sleeping in my room. Since moving the dogs from the laundry room to my room I've discovered that Pepper bites her nails. I keep them trimmed so I'm fairly certain it's not because they're too long.

Overall she's a fairly anxious dog (and jealous/possessive of me) is the nail biting just an extension if that or could it be caused by something else?

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