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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care
Guide To Australian Shepherd Training and Care

Eating Other Animal Droppings

Will run from our yard while playing just for deer and any other droppings he can find or I should say smell. He has one great nose.

Thank you, Sherry

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I feel your poo-poo pain
by: Mike

I do know they love cat poo. I found this out myself by digging in her mouth with my finger trying to figure out what she was chewing on, and I found it, yep, cat poo from our cat's litter boxes. She'll do the same thing outside with cat poo, rabbit/deer droppings. I give her a stern NO or LEAVE IT but usually she's done "eating" by the time I realize what she's done.
I would like to know too if anyone has ideas that work?

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