Your dog is constantly licking one area of skin. It becomes inflamed. That leads to itching. And more licking. This is a lick granuloma. The most common location for a lick granuloma is on the front limbs between the elbow and toes.
Lick Granuloma: Why You Shouldn't Ignore Obsessive Licking
The great thing about women's legs is that they're soft and smooth, and you can spend a lot of time rubbing, kissing and licking them up and down. And if you haven't thought of it yet, just imagine how excited she'll be when you keep taunting her legs without paying much mind to the parts you usually grope. Now keep in mind that if you plan to lick or kiss her legs, using a massage oil or body cream isn't ideal. Opt to use your mouth beforehand. After you remove her pants or skirt removing her panties is optional — but I strongly recommend it , softly run your hands up and down her legs from her upper thighs down to her feet. Don't leave any part of her legs untouched.
Lick Granuloma: Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Obsessive Licking
A lick granuloma , also known as acral lick dermatitis , is a skin disorder found most commonly in dogs , but also in cats. In dogs, it results typically from the dog's urge to lick the lower portion of one of their legs. The lesion can initially be red, swollen, irritated, and bleeding, similar to a hot spot wet eczema. The animal's incessant licking of the lesion eventually results in a thickened, firm, oval plaque , which is the granuloma.