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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Lawn rollers are hollow drums that are filled with water. Adjusting the amount of water affects the weight of the roller. Rollers can be hand-pushed or may be attached to a tractor
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Dogs eat grass looking for the probiotics they would find in the stomachs of prey. This mix of grass and herbivore gut bacteria is to dog digestion what motor oil is to your car. .
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Dogs roll in the grass, leaves, and snow simply because it feels good. Sometimes they smell but dogs don't care!
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It seems to settle their stomach and acts as a laxative.
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