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Old 08-22-2008, 04:12 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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when im at work. Deuce doesn't cry one bit. its odd. but the second i get home and put him in the crate. he is going nuts.

im feeding deuce Nutro right now. the breeders had him on Pedigree. We were told that pedigree can cause the dogs to eat their feces because it still taste like it did before he pooped it out. Is that possible?
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Old 08-22-2008, 05:12 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Yes That is possible plus honestly Pedigree is IMO some of the worst dog food you can buy. All of my dogs keep the runs and get sick on it. Pedigree's main ingredient is Ground Whole Corn which is not good.
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Old 08-22-2008, 06:19 PM   #18 (permalink)
 
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gotcha.

we switched him ASAP to Nutro. He has been good lately about not eating the poop. Everytime he goes over to another dogs poop i get to him first so he knows better. Hes slowly learning.
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Old 10-11-2008, 04:43 PM   #19 (permalink)
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One of friends had a dog that ate any poo he found. He started giving the pup coprophagia and he said it worked. They sell it at petco. Thankfully I have not had that problem so far. Good luck.
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Yea thats what we give him now. When i remember to give it to him he doesn't eat poop. But when i forget he runs to the poop grabs it. and runs with it. Lil PITA
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MJ ate 4 turds (for lack of a better word) today while I was walking her. She's getting sneaky about it. I had to pull her away from two other piles. And she doesn't eat her own poo or poo in the yard that belongs to her or Sadies, she only eats the poo we encounter on walks. I know she's not lacking anything in her diet, because both dogs eat the same thing and only one does it. And she's 8 years old!!

She also eats (or tries) to eat other things on our walks. She's grabbed fish bones, half of a dead deer leg, food scraps people have left, and will pull really hard to get at road kill.

Of course, I don't let her do it, but sometimes she grabs it quicker than I realize what she's doing. I'm worried she'll catch something one day...
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Old 10-12-2008, 03:10 AM   #22 (permalink)
 
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my 5 month old has recently started eatin goose poo while we are @ the park playing? any ideas why?
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Mother dogs eat their puppies poo to keep them clean. The puppies learn this from the dam because they see her do it and they usually grow out of it, but if they are older and still doing it...they do it cause of boredem.
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I will advice you to give Deuce high quality nutritive food and fresh clean water, and engage Deuce in daily exercises as high quality food play important role in making your dog healthy.

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Hi There Guys,

Totally new to this but would appreciate some help. Would like to know how to assist my puppy she has pavo. This is the second day and she is still sick. I will even try some home remedies.
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Has she been to the vet?
That would be my absolute first stop. Emergency vet if nobody else is open.
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Totally new to this but would appreciate some help. Would like to know how to assist my puppy she has pavo. This is the second day and she is still sick. I will even try some home remedies.

Definitely go to a vet ASAP. Parvo is no joke. Hydration is absolutely essential with this illness and an IV is the best way to keep your pup hydrated.
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Definitely go to a vet ASAP. Parvo is no joke. Hydration is absolutely essential with this illness and an IV is the best way to keep your pup hydrated.
Thanks for your help. Much appreciated.
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Has she been to the vet?
That would be my absolute first stop. Emergency vet if nobody else is open.
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