Did you know? Karen Overall in the book "Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats" explains that lip licking is sometimes seen in dogs who have been separated from another dog for some time and are trying to gain information. The dog who is licked may open the mouth to provide a respiratory sample that carries neurochemical information such as food and behavior state.

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