Tag: Dog Poop

Blood In The Stool Of Dogs

If you spot blood in the stool of dogs, it can be an intimidating sight. If you know what causes blood to appear in the stool of a dog, you can easily find out how to treat the condition and positively affect your dog’s health and well-being. Why …

Chronic And Acute Constipation In Dogs

Constipation in dogs can be a painful and sometimes messy problem. However, it can be treated successfully with many home remedies and medical care from your local veterinarian. Constipation is the inability or difficulty in passing the stool through the digestive tract and out of the rectum. There …

Anal Sac Impaction And Infection In Dogs

Diet, lack of exercise, and illness can contribute to the growing problem of impacted anal glands in your furry friend. However, there are several things that can be done to help relieve and prevent anal sac impaction and infection in dogs. The anal sacs, or anal glands, are …

Chronic And Acute Diarrhea In Dogs

Diarrhea in dogs can be an indication of several issues with his or her digestive tract. If you try to learn about chronic and acute diarrhea as well as the causes behind it, you can treat your dog and help him feel better faster. Diarrhea is a loose or …

Coprophagia: Does Your Dog Eat His Poop?

What Is Coprophagia? When your puppy or dog eats his stool or the stool of another animal, it can be a gross and unsettling experience. However, Coprophagia can be very easy to treat at home. Coprophagia refers to the ingestion of stool, either that of your dog or …

Dog Research Reveals The Science Behind Finding The Perfect Pooping Spot

New dog research shows that dogs align with the magnetic field while relieving themselves – pooping and urinating. The study was published in the science journal Frontiers in Zoology. Who would have thought? There is actually some science behind all that circling and sniffing your dog does to …

Why Does Your Dog Stare at You When He Poops?

Does your dog keep an eye contact with you when he goes potty? Why does your dog stare at you when he poops? A high percentage of dogs look at their owners when they poop, and if you’re one of those owners, you may find this weird and awkward, …

Why Do Dogs Eat Their Poop?

Does your dog eat his poop? Why do dogs eat their poop? Dogs may sniff other dogs’ butts, lick their own genitals, and roll around the smelliest things we can imagine but no matter what they do, we cannot help but adore them. Perhaps for humans, the nastiest activity …

Dog Diarrhea Treatment in 5 Simple Steps

Unfortunately, diarrhea is a widely common medical condition among pets. Dogs have a tendency to get into things that they shouldn’t. Although dogs have a relatively short digestive tract that makes their stomachs appear hard, there are many everyday food items that can upset your furry friend’s stomach. …

Puppy Potty Training Made Easy

“Doe-eyed Poopy Machines” – this is what puppies should be called. Of course, they’re cute, but when it comes to cleaning them (any dog owner can attest to this), they are a nightmare. Imagine this scenario. You have just returned home from work and opened the door of …

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