Dogs Lick Us Because We Have Bones Inside And They Want Them, Scientists Say

Doggo’s love their bones! But could we be confusing the lickos and tongue blips we know and love as their kisses for our bones potential at a heckin’ good taste?

Cynologist Karen Wilburn is an expert doge psychologist who seems to believe that our best friends have a more sinister agenda when they bath us in their saliva.

They want to eat us, yeah. Our skin has salt which makes it even more appetizing but ultimately they know what is hiding below.

Dr. Wilburn (Cynologist)

Karen insists that if we buy a bone for them once a week to eat on we have a better chance of curbing their cravings. Just be sure to always keep their bowls full of crunches and plenty of water to maintain your families safety.

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  1. When my baby comes licking my arm at 3-4 am It’s because she can’t hold it any longer and needs outside This is so Stupid

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