Lick my mouth

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If your dog has been licking your mouth a lot, you might be wondering why and what you can do about it. This post will show you a number of possible causes and what you can do about them. So, why does my dog lick my mouth? Possible reasons why your dog licks your mouth are that the behavior is rewarded, it is looking for attention, boredom, it is being affectionate or that it is excited. Since there are a number of possible causes, it would help to consider what would make each of them more likely.

Are Dog Licks Really Kisses?

Why Do Dogs Lick Your Face, and Is It a Problem? | PetMD

But why do dogs lick your face? Should you stop the behavior? The common dog face licking behavior has evolved from the wolf puppy behavior of licking the mouths of adult dogs to prompt the regurgitation of partially digested food. It can also be a signal to solicit food, more social information, a sign of affection or to solicit attention. A dog licking faces or other body parts can also occur as part of grooming. When your dog cannot reach your face, he may lick the closest body part, which may be your hand, arm or leg.

Wanting to always lick me on my mouth?

Ever wonder what your dog is thinking when he slurps your face like a lollipop? Is he just saying hello—or planting the canine version of a kiss on your cheek? Although we may never know the real answer, it helps to understand the psychology of the lick. As any dog owner knows, dogs lick often and for a variety of reasons.
I have two dogs. One is 2 and the other is 1. Our cheeks are not good enough, our ears are not good enough -- she's not happy until she gets our mouths.