We lick each other

Dogs lick their pack members and themselves for many reasons, and if you want to curb the behavior, it helps to understand its cause. Whether you realize it or not, we humans often have tiny food particles on our skin that our dogs can taste. Additionally, our skin has salt that dogs enjoy licking. Because of this, it is common for dogs to lick our faces and hands after we eat something.
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Why Does My Dog... Lick Other Dogs' Muzzles?

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Why Does My Dog Lick Other Dogs' Faces?

When dogs lick each other's face, they're not exactly kissing. It can be a sign of affection, but more likely, it's a sign the licker wants to play or is busy setting the social order. Licking is the opposite of aggressive behavior, so get ready to enjoy some play. Whether dogs are meeting for the first time or already best buds, licking each other's mouth is often a sign they are ready to play. It's often combined with a wiggly booty and lowered front legs, signifying a desperate need to engage in something fun. If the dog being licked isn't in the mood for play, it's best to move the other pooch away before the licking can become obsessive; the other dog finds non-stop licking just as annoying as you do. Dogs can get frustrated with each other, especially if one is more high-energy.
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Interpreting the Psychology of a Dog’s Licks

Dogs have a simple mind and they always relate by their natural senses such as smell and touch. They do this whether they are sterilized or not. When dogs meet for the first time, they will sniff and occasionally lick each other "private areas". This is how they get to know each other, it's actually a good sign that they are getting along.
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We've always believed that when a dog licks our face, it's because they're giving us their version of kisses. It's such a universal experience that dog owners consider it a sign of affection. While the thought of your dog "kissing" you may be partially true, there are many reasons as to why your pup runs up to you as soon as you get home to slather you in licks. To understand the psychology of dog licking, you must first learn to interpret the different types of licks. Sometimes, it's behavioral — such as how mothers instinctively lick their young and other times, it's medical.
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