"What's wrong with my baby? I found him licking his lips more and more frequently when he has food and water. He is not dehydrated, not drooling, not seizing nor is he suffering from diarrhea. I don't know why. Is it serious?" Perhaps this is the problem you're facing now.
Your dog might not have Kardashian lips, but when he constantly licks his lips, he is likely sending you a message. So what is he telling you when he often licks his lips? There is more to the story than meets the eye.
Lip licking in dogs is a quick or a tiny flick of the tongue over the lips or even over the nose. It is a type of dog communication. A dog who licks his lips a lot is using body language to tell you how he's feeling.