When the dog eats feces – What is it, what Halter can do

For any dog ​​owner it is undoubtedly one of the most unpleasant situations when your own dog begins to eat it. The fact that dogs here not only prefer their own feces, but also excrements of other animals or even humans, does not make things better. The fact is that there are also reasons for eating faeces – also called coprophagia. If the keeper senses these reasons, this unwanted behavior can be quickly weaned off the dog.

Reasons for the dunging

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<p><strong>stomach discomfort </strong></p>
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<p>If the dog has problems with the stomach, for example, if it is acidified, it helps itself. While some dogs tend to eat degrees or parts of plants, other feces choose as self-medication.</p>
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<p><strong>nutrient deficiency </strong></p>
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