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Coco is 5 months and eats her own poop the vet tries forbide on food that didn't work he said to change food to a more digestable food I use diamond dry for small breed puppy's so I change to NOW dry dog food I brings coco to dog classes and the instructor said put pineapple in her food to help that didn't work I been reading and I came up with another food

Natural choice small breed puppy any old her of that
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Ugh, Piper is a poop eater and I have tried a variety of things and not had much luck. A lot of puppies grow out of it but Piper never has. I have had the most success with adding a tablespoon of pumpkin to their food (then she doesn't immediately try to get it but will sometimes still eat it). Unfortunately, the only thing that works is to be on vigilant poop patrol and pick up immediately.

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Thank you I am always on guard but at least it only hers I have to worry about
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I agree about the pumpkin.

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My perfect boy in every other way, Augie, is a poop eater too. Vigilance with immediately picking up the poop is what we have to do here. He was going after the duck poop too, but I have noticed this spring that he is leaving that alone much better. He used to stand and wait behind Finn, for it to come hot and fresh 'from the oven'. Most disgusting.

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Is that fresh and blended or chunk pumpkin
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I used libby's 100% canned pumpkin. Don't use the pumpkin pie mix because that has spices mixed in. pure pumpkin.

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One spoon????
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"hot from the oven" Ewwwwwww.


I have a poop eater as well. Always seems to be worse in the winter for some reason. I just go with the hypervigilant poop patrol and don't let them have a chance to snack.


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I really don't measure. I just scoop out a dollop. Jack eats 1/2 cup of dry food so maybe I get him a rounded teaspoon-ish. His poop is still firm.

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