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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 7:07 pm Post subject: Help! My pugs eat their own poop! How do I stop it? Reply with quote

I realize a lot of this is probably my fault but my pugs eat their own poop that is outside on the lawn.  I don't have a lot of time to clean it up on a regular basis so I can't decide if they are trying to tell me something, like they are running out of places to go potty, or if this is a behavioral thing.  Regardless of the reason, it's a disgusting habit and I don't know what to do.  Any suggestions or similar experiences?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:27 pm Post subject: Re: Help! My pugs eat their own poop! How do I stop it? Reply with quote

I have 2 poop eaters.
The only surefire way to keep them from doing it is to pick it up immediately. I follow all four of them around with a pooper scooper and get it up immediately.

With poop eating, it could be a sign of a nutritional deficiency. Could be behavioral. Could be pica, but that usually involves eating other things besides poop.

I tried the pills and they didn't work. I've also tried pumpkin. I've heard pineapple, too. What works for mine may not for yours, etc.

Even if you can't get all the old poop up right now, start with the fresh stuff. As you are waiting on them to go, pick up a little here and there.
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