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Eating turds

Discussion in 'Puppy Forum' started by poptart, Feb 6, 2018.

  1. arealhuman

    arealhuman Well-Known Member Registered

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    I should hope not, that'd mean you'd been eating something you shouldn't! :D Anway, Jimbo has eaten poo three times I think since we've had him, and it's always cat's poo for some reason, the most recent being yesterday morning which grossed me out big time :eek:
     
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  2. Violet Turner

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    He might just like the taste :)
     
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  3. JudyN

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    There was some outside our front door once when I came home for a walk. Jasper made a grab for it as I tried to drag him past it and into the house. He'd been in such a hurry to get it before I'd got him past it he then choked on it slightly, and coughed and spluttered and shot soggy cat poo and saliva all over the porch :confused:
     
  4. Violet Turner

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    :eek::eek:
     
  5. poptart

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    Funnily enough, since I posted this thread Tiree hasn't touched any of the turds he's encountered. Fingers crossed he's lost his taste for it.
     
  6. arealhuman

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    Blimmin cats :D
     
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  7. katiexwolfie

    katiexwolfie New Member Registered

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    oh thank god its not just my puppy our pup will try to eat any type of poop of even like up wee where others dogs have been!! i thought it was very strange but im guessing from the comments above its ok?? and how can i gove him extra vitamin b ?
     
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    Don't fret about vitamin B, it is a common thing so make no fuss, just keep him away from poo, pick up any poo in the garden and if it carries on try the yoghurt thing.
     
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  9. katiexwolfie

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    the yoghurt thing? what do i give my puppy yoghurt or put it on the poo thick question lol.. its my first ever dog so im soo clueless on everything lol
     
  10. JoanneF

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    You feed it, either added to food or let them lick the spoon. For a small dog, a teaspoon; medium-sized dog a dessert spoon and a tablespoon for a large dog.
     
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