Why Do Dogs Roll around in the Grass?

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There is no concrete reason why dogs roll on the grass but some reasons include getting rid of unwanted smell and trying to acquire a smell that the dog likes. Another reason is that it could be an inherited trait. Some dogs also enjoy just rolling on grass
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Dogs love rolling in anything that smells good to them and some of that does not smell good to us! Grass not only smells good but feels good to roll on.
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1. Watch the dog and its behavior before beginning a discipline or behavior training program. Make sure that the dog is rolling in the grass, and take notes as to what the dog was
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They smell because they are looking for a good spot to relax and take a break from all the trouble they've done in a day.
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Sometimes when a dog goes outside it will immediately roll in the grass for pleasure or
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