Dogs sometimes eat their own poop for differing reasons, but the most common is learned behavior. Female dogs normally eat the feces of their pups to keep the nesting area clean and to promote their pup's defecation refl... More »

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Dogs eat their own feces or the feces of other animals for a variety of reasons, including boredom, stress, hunger or simply because it's normal dog behavior under certain conditions. Eating feces, known as coprophagia i... More »

Dogster explains that dogs eat their own vomit primarily because of two reasons, the first being that their mothers fed them with regurgitated food and the second being that they smell it as food. With increased olfactor... More »

The most effective route is to remove all feces immediately after the dog defecates. Supervise the animal more frequently. Exercise the animal more often, and leave toys around to provide extra stimulation. More »

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Dogs love to eat boiled and scrambled eggs, carrots, cheese and peanut butter. These foods can be used as occasional supplements to a dog’s standard diet. More »

A sled dog's diet varies from a high calorie soup for breakfast to dry dog food with added rice and supplements for dinner. Their diets change from a lighter once daily meal in the summer to much higher calorie meals twi... More »

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Although their ancestors were primarily carnivores, dogs today are omnivores. They eat a variety of foods, including meat, vegetables, fruits, carbohydrates and dog food. More »