Stool eating, also known as coprophagy, is actually quite normal behavior for a
puppy. ... Stress will often drive puppies -- and dogs -- to eat their own stool.
Dogs eat poop for dozens of reasons, but there are 5 main factors behind the ...
Like humans, dogs each have their own motives for their individual behavior. ...
with a newborn litter of puppies, eating poop is instinctual and completely normal.
Dogs commonly eat their own or another animal's droppings (coprophagia). This
is normal behavior for mom-dogs that must clean up after their babies, and ...
Jun 23, 2013 ... Does your dog have a dirty little secret? A number of readers have contacted us
about dogs who munch their own or other animals' feces.
There are several reasons that dogs will consume their own feces. .... but now
experts believe that poop munching is just a normal doggie thing ...
Why dogs eat poop and what to do about it. ... Eating feces is normal with many
different animal species. ... existing medical problem associated with
coprophagia, the scientific name for the act of dogs eating their own or other
Feb 23, 2010 ... Hey presto, the domestic dog, for whom it is normal to eat anything lying ... All the
same, if your dog eats her own and other dogs' poop, and ...
Dogs who eat their feces usually do not have a dietary deficiency. ... could be the
food of the dog with coprophagy if he eats his own stool; or the food of the cat, ...
A lot of puppies like to eat their own poop, usually they outgrow it ... If your dog
has normal healthy bacteria counts and is just a big poo-eater, ...
This revolting habit may be more common than you expect because normal ... A
few dogs continue to ingest their own or other dogs' feces into adulthood.