My 3 Months Dog Eats his Own Shit, How to stop him. Please suggest. i have beaten him, tied him with chain for entire day, done everything i could, but nothing seems to work.
So, I can't help but to be curious... why did you spell the expletive out fully in the title and not in the body?
thanks for telling me, next time it wont happen......what you curious about?
hey beth, you have written 60 hubs, out of which 50 featured , How?.....i want to learn
lol... Wow you're mean today... and now Im feeling very self conscious about my spelling.
Actually, all of them are featured except 3 which are new and 1 which was too dirty or something... whatever. Anyway, I have no idea how/why. Puppies are like babies... they usually survive a lot of crap.
Not particularly mean... just too lazy to type a long nice explanation about how the grammar in his hubs is likely the major reason his hubs aren't being featured.
Especially since he beats his three month old puppy.
he is my baby, and i love him.....i haven't beaten him the way you people thought, is just i was sick off.......
Give him to someone who won't beat him or keep him chained up all day... Oh and clean up the s**t before he can eat it.
Thanks melissa...i love my dog like anything.....and i don't wanna beat him up or chained him up.....its just i am sick of seeing him eating his own shit......its not possible to clean up the shit before he can eat it.....not every time...something else you suggest...
You realize that beating anything isn't a real good educational tool right?
Change his diet, buy him a better grade food. He's likely doing it because of malnutrition.
Maybe also try this http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/p … atid=19133
There is no magic pill for coprophagia. Instead of beating your dog and putting him on a short leash, you should be walking him after meals so that he will defecate. You will no longer have the problem. The puppy will be tired from his walk after each meal and will not start destructive behaviors like digging and barking excessively.
wait a minute, wait a minute... my fettucine recipe is two days old, why is it not featured? WHY?!<pounds chest, rips shirt.>
I thought at first that this might be a troll trying to rile everyone up but when I looked at his profile page saw that he has been here over a year.
Is that the definition of a troll? Someone who has been here for a short time? If so how does anybody new get along?
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