Dogs lick or bite their paws for several reasons. Accidents, skin issues, ecological, parasites, or food sensitivities, as well as boredom or worry, are examples of these. Dogs lick their paws on periodically as part of their personality process, particularly when they enter inside after wandering on filthy or sandy soil. However, if your dog licks their paws regularly and fiercely, you should suspect that something is wrong. Examine the 'paws' to ensure; if there is no damage such as a cut, ripped nail, growth, or maybe a stone, thorn, or ice ball lodged.
If you and your veterinarians have checked out all the above possibilities, your dog may be restless or struggling from a behavioral issue such as anxiety. Again, this is a diagnosis to make, but there are actions you may do to assist. Paw licking is one of the obsessive habits that some dogs acquire. To relieve boredom, take your dog for more hikes, runs, or plays with you and other dogs to burn off more energy and endurance. To divert his attention away from his paws, give him jigsaw toys or appropriate chew toys.