I wonder if there is a supplement I can give him that will make him not want to eat it (like they have for cats)?
Help??? I am totally grossed out
This is not going to be the fun part of having a puppy. I already have issues with poop!
These days, he will sometimes sniff other dogs' poop on a walk, and I let him out of curiosity -- he never eats it, just moves on to sniff the next thing.
I just told my dog no. Since she was on a leash it was easy to keep her from it until I could clean it up.
although today she found some bird poop that you would have thought as the tastiest treat ever . . . but she leaves hers alone.
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