Picking up your dog’s poop isn’t just a courtesy or a matter of public health, it’s a chance for you to find out what’s going on inside your pup. Dog feces can tell you a lot about a dog’s health and what may be wrong with their diet.
When poop sticks to your dog’s fur, it can be far more than a smelly nuisance. Feces trapped in fur can lead to digestion problems, parasites, infections, and more. Here are six ways you can prevent poop from sticking to your dog’s fur.
There’s no greater joy in the world than having a dog who loves you. But sometimes they can make life a bit–awkward. If you have a pup in your life, no doubt you have experienced some of these embarrassing behaviors.
Whenever we think about taking our pooches to the dog park, we have to keep in mind it’s not just an open space where our dogs can run amok. Here’s 7 things you shouldn’t do at a dog park.
Sadly, the very way dog poop is usually disposed of can have an impact on the environment. One solution to this problem might be composting, which turns fecal matter into fertilizer. A park in New York has already started a community compost program.
Maybe you’ve seen signs about dog poop attracting rats at dog parks or on city streets. Does dog poop attract rodents, or are they just trying to scare owners into picking up after pups? Here’s what you should know.
When a dog poops blood, it can be terrifying for dog owners. It’s a fairly common symptom that can mean a lot of different things, ranging from mostly harmless to deadly.
Eating poop is actually not all that uncommon among dogs. It’s called coprophagia, and it’s generally a natural behavior with a few different causes.
Behaviorist Kathie Compton explains why dogs roll in poop…
Sign, sign everywhere a… Well you get the picture. These are hilarious!
The piles of dog feces left over by irresponsible owners at dog parks caused the amount of E. coli to skyrocket to 20 times normal levels in a stream that flows into Denver’s drinking water.