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Dog Eating Feces

We have two dogs, and Lola, our youngest who is almost two years old, loves to eat poop. Now that she is eating poop, our other dog Bo, who is three years old, has copied her in this bad habit. Why do dogs eat poop, and how can we discourage them from eating it? Thank you, JoAnn Morris Dr. Sherry’s answer: Dear JoAnn, Eating feces is normal with many different animal species. In dogs, it is not part of the digestive process, but it is a normal cleaning behavior in mother dogs with pups. Some dogs eat stool even without

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Does Excess Water Intake Mean Diabetes?

What are the signs that a dog has diabetes? The reason I ask, we recently brought into our home a four-year-old English Pointer trained for bird hunting. Mr. Big is constantly drinking and peeing, and his body temperature runs warmer than our other dog (Lab/Greyhound mix). Otherwise, he seems perfectly normal. He tends to have accidents in the house because of the amount of water he drinks. We try to limit him without being neglectful. I have concerns that he could be diabetic. Is this normal for a working dog, or should I take him to the vet? He had

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