dog poop eater

Discussion in 'Pets' started by matty5z, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. matty5z

    matty5z Registered Member

    My dog eats his poop... anyone have the same issue

  2. Jeanie

    Jeanie still nobody's bitch V.I.P. Lifetime

    gross. it's not uncommon, though. You can buy something to put in his food that will make his poop unappealing to him. it makes it hot or something.

    or you could just pick it up before he gets to it.
  3. matty5z

    matty5z Registered Member

    We try to clean it before it gets to him.
  4. Bliss

    Bliss Sally Twit

    Dogs are known to eat their own sick also. I definitely think you should try what Jeanie suggested and look for something to feed him so that he stops. It can't be good for their health.
    Have you spoken to a vet?
  5. Bananas

    Bananas Endangered Species

    Eating their sick is normal, it is regurgitation and vvery natural.

    To stop them eating their poo, the best solution is to mix pineapple into their food..
  6. Jeanie

    Jeanie still nobody's bitch V.I.P. Lifetime

    actually, Bliss, as horrid as it sounds, it won't hurt them. I had an old dog who took to eating goose poop :beurk: and my vet said it was just one of those things probably brought on by her age, and as gross as it was, it wouldn't hurt her.
  7. Bananas

    Bananas Endangered Species

    A lot of animals do it (elephants are well known to actually stick their trunks up each others bums to get a mouthful of yummy poo). Its all to do with their digestive systems not being as efficient as it should be so a lot of digested and passed food is still full of nutrients, plus it has the added bonus of already been processed once so its easier to process the second time.
  8. jdndfw

    jdndfw Registered Member

    animals have been eating sh*t since there was sh*t to eat. theirs. ours. other animals. why stop them now? it doesn't hurt them. doesn't mean gonna take a fork to the front yard for a snack but then again I have thumbs and can open doritos. mmm. :eek:m nom nom

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