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05-29-2014 03:46 PM
lalachka It's a treat to them, for sure. My boy would go to great length to steal their poop. I had to get covered litter boxes, didn't help well. Then someone suggested turning them facing the wall with just a tiny opening (the cats can get in easily but he can't) and so far so good.


Lol when he was small he took a piece of poop and brought it on his bed and was just about to enjoy his meal when I took it away. He looked at me in disbelief)))))

As a matter of fact, him eating cat poop made me easy to convert to raw feeding. You know how vets scare you with bacteria and stuff. I always fall back on 'my dog eats cat poop and is fine, raw meat can't be much worse'


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05-29-2014 03:17 PM
Wicked Seraphim
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Originally Posted by huntergreen View Post
hope this doesn't insult too many folks, remember i have two daughters and a wife. my vet said " cat poop is to dogs what chocolate is to woman during their monthly cycle".




hahahaha!!! Not offended here! lol!
05-29-2014 10:19 AM
huntergreen hope this doesn't insult too many folks, remember i have two daughters and a wife. my vet said " cat poop is to dogs what chocolate is to woman during their monthly cycle".
05-29-2014 04:50 AM
Alice13 Alice ate cat poop last month and when I googled it most people said that it is okay for dogs to eat them once. I kept an eye on yer just in case but up till now she seems normal. Her eating habits are normal too. So I guess there's no real effect on them the first time round. But it's okay, it's good that you got it out of her body anyway.

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05-29-2014 04:38 AM
Wicked Seraphim
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Thank god poop is kryptonite to jager

Jäger hates poop - YouTube
Lolol! Poor Jager really wanted to avoid that ball. Wish he'd teach my dog to hate poo!
05-28-2014 01:02 AM
Chip18 I think it is the clumping cat liter that can be very bad news! Is moving or restricting his access to the litter box viable??
05-28-2014 12:02 AM
hunterisgreat Thank god poop is kryptonite to jager

Jäger hates poop - YouTube
05-27-2014 11:41 PM
jocoyn I am glad Beau is repulsed by poo of all types . I have had poop eaters, though. He did bring me a cat turd as a present once..pulled it out of the box and dropped it at my feet. As if to say "how come SHE gets to do this in the house?"

I would be more concerned about the super absorbent litter (corn based) than the actual poo. I normally give probiotics to keep his system in balance though.
05-27-2014 11:29 PM
CelticGlory I would worry more about the litter that is consumed when they do it! But not the cat poop itself.
05-19-2014 04:34 AM
Wicked Seraphim
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Originally Posted by SummerGSDLover View Post
mmmm kitty roca

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Lol! That's what we call it at our house!

We have Savannah cats and they produce these huge mondo giant tootsie roll sized poo's that once lightly dusted in fragrant kitty litter of the finest quality can surely only be equivalent to the classy kitty roca of which you give a nod to.... only imagine them in grande size for the large breed dog.

My dog quivers with delight when she gets the opportunity to snatch up one of these fine rarities to crunch on for a bit before I scream like a banshee "you have a dirty mouth!!!" and run after her with her minty breath rinse, which she hates.
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