OC dog behavior?

OC dog behavior?

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QUOTE 11/4/2011 12:58:46 PM
I have had this wonderful dog for six weeks.  She spends as much time (or more!) than my cat did cleaning herself--her paws, her rear,...

It is not biting or fleas or worms--all ruled out by vet.  Do havanese just have a penchant for being OC/exteremly clean dogs?  She even avoids the grass , preferring pavement on which to relieve herself or defecate.  Havanese owner/breeeder replies ALL welcome plz!  Aggie.

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QUOTE 11/4/2011 5:38:34 PM
 She might be neurotic. See if she will play or do something different. SOme dogs get into the habit of licking from stress and then it becomes a ral problem when they actaully get "Lick Granulomas" from excessive licking.  What else is going on in your dogs' life. You said you have only had her for a short time. Is theis an adult dog? There is a stressor. We need more info to help you. please. Thanks!

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QUOTE 1/18/2013 1:37:36 AM
To properly train your dog you need to understand the following five key
factors of dog behavior. The origin of dogs, a dog's memory, doggy
language, puppy behavior and structure and enjoyment. Understanding
these will greatly improve your ability to train your dog.
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