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Garden hazards

Discussion in 'Puppy Forum' started by jwadd, Aug 17, 2015.

  1. jwadd

    jwadd New Member Registered

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    we have just brought home our new addition to the family, a thirteen week cockapoo.

    He is doing really well however in the garden he insists on eating the grass and today he was sick which contained leaves and grass. Is this just a phase they go through?

    He can't go out to the big world for a couple more days so don't know whether he will try and do it when on his lead.
     
  2. excuseme

    excuseme Well-Known Member Registered

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    Eating grass and various herbs is perfectly normal, I never stop any of my lot eating it if this is what they want.

    If you are out for a walk and puppy on a lead and you don't want him to eat the grass, just don't stop, keep walking.!!
     
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    Agreed, most dogs eat grass and other plants, puppies may not know when enough is enough though. Keep walking or supervise in the garden. Encourage other play?
     

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