Coprophagia, or eating of feces, is a common behavioral issue in dogs, though the reasons behind this are unknown.
Some claim the behavior is due to vitamin deficiency, boredom, or even stems from a genetic behavior in which dogs eat their own feces in order to hide their scent from predators.
Dogs eat poop for dozens of reasons, but there are 5 main factors behind the ...
Reasons Why Your Dog Eats Poop - And What You Can Do to Try and Stop It ...
Dec 11, 2013 ... Veterinarians commonly deal with owner complaints that their dog eats its own or
another animal's feces or poop. Although there is much ...
Apr 8, 2013 ... Dogs eat pooh because they are short of bioavailable nutrients and
micronutrients (vitamins etc) in their diet. The sensation of hunger is the ...
Jun 23, 2013 ... Here is background on the condition known as coprophagia, and what you can
do to discourage doggie-do-eaters from this somewhat common ...
Feb 23, 2010 ... Why Do Dogs Eat Other Animals' Poop? Cat feces probably attracts dogs
because cat food is higher in fat and protein than dog food, and ...
This is the most disgusting thing, especially when they want to lick me ... There
are several reasons that dogs will consume their own feces.
Copraphagia (poop eating) is usually a nasty learned habit and not a medical
problem. Here are the top reasons why dogs eat poop and what you can do to ...
Now that she is eating poop, our other dog Bo, who is three years old, has copied
her in this bad habit. Why do dogs eat poop, and how can we discourage them ...
Dec 6, 2011 ... Coprophagia, or stool eating in dogs or cats, is a nasty habit caused by many
factors, but there are ways to get rid of it.