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Dexter has a not very nice habit of sometimes eating his food, regurgitating it, then eating it again. He is on NI so he does eat it fairly quickly but yesterday he did it in front of some friends I had for supper (not very dog friendly ones) and they were horrified! (cant say I blame them really)
Does anyone else's Poo have this anti-social habit? Don't tell me to put his food in a kong as he is so lazy and fussy about food he won't bother to eat at all! He is still on 3 meals a day + chicken wings.
 

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Funnily enough Weller done exactly the same thing last night, once in my bedroom and twice downstairs, which I didn't find until this morning:eek: He had eaten most of it. I can only put it down to the acorns he stuffed the other day or the dog treats someone gave him in the pub yesterday, he is fine in himself and wolfed down his food this morning, so just hoping its a one off!!!
 

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Its really horrid isn't it .... there's only one thing more gross than a dog eating it's own sick and that's a dog eating another dog's sick ... Maisie was sick recently and Bess ate it before I could clear it up!!! So gross :eek::eek::eek:
 

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next you'll be telling me the eat poo too!
Haha - yep some do :D:D Flo used to like horse manure and rabbit droppings but stopped when I started raw feeding :D Raw feed dogs tend not to eat their own poo as the food is all absorbed by the dog with little coming out the other end.
 
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