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06-05-2005, 04:09 PM

How do u stop dogs eating poo

my friends dog loves eating poo how do u stop her :smt009
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06-05-2005, 04:11 PM
there is some info in the health section about this ...I have one that would eat poo but I don't let her i pick it up straight away yo avoid her getting to it..
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06-05-2005, 10:01 PM
whos ever they are eating give that dog Pineapple in there food, im told it works great.
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06-05-2005, 10:16 PM
Mine picks it up on walks! Pineapple (dried and tinned) They wont eat it. Any tips?
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06-05-2005, 10:34 PM
My dog also eats poo and its always his own ive tried pineapple but it didnt work,someone suggested digestives enzymes that didnt work then i was told to use vitamin b complex and that didnt work so it looks like its a trip to the vets for me to get some tablets to stop him eating it,i try to clean it up straight away but chey is a bit to fast for me
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07-05-2005, 06:45 AM
My two pups Denzel and Heidi were eating poo, a freind suggested using 'Keepers mix', from Dorwest Herbs i have been adding a scoop to their food for a week now and fingers crossed they haven,t touched it since, could be coincidence, but i,m quite impressed
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07-05-2005, 08:41 AM
sash eats other dogs poo aswell! out on walks tho rather than in garden
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07-05-2005, 10:00 AM
Saffy used to do it, but after a course of Deter from the pet shop, she stopped and has never tried again.
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07-05-2005, 10:38 AM
Hi All

I wrote an article specifically on this subject. It may help

It is in Behaviour click on this to view it. http://www.dogweb.co.uk/talkdogs/showthread.php?t=8558

Stan
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07-05-2005, 11:28 AM
Originally Posted by Louie
My two pups Denzel and Heidi were eating poo, a freind suggested using 'Keepers mix', from Dorwest Herbs i have been adding a scoop to their food for a week now and fingers crossed they haven,t touched it since, could be coincidence, but i,m quite impressed
Thats interesting Louie many people think the problem may be caused by a dietry deficiency including Mr Burns the vet who makes the food. Keepers mix contains herbs and kelp which is rich in minerals and iron so it is logical to think it may correct some deficiency. Lotte what does your friend feed her dog?Some of the cheaper supermarket stocked foods may not contain all her dog requires.
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