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Eating grass

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by pitbulldaddy, Apr 17, 2014.

  1. pitbulldaddy

    pitbulldaddy Puppy

    I know dogs eat grass to vomit and help clean their digestive track but is there any way you can break them from eating it?

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  2. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    I use the "leave it" command. And my dogs just eat it for fun. They don't vomit or anything.
  3. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    My dogs eat it every day. .it's never made them vomit.
  4. charlieblue

    charlieblue Big Dog

    My puppy eats it a lot too. Sometimes I'd swear he's a cow. If it gets to be excessive I tell him "leave it" then start throwing the ball or something. He hasn't puked from it either.
  5. Cosmic Charlie

    Cosmic Charlie Good Dog

    Many dogs eat grass and it shouldn't be a problem unless their eating a lot, which can cause blockages. I don't believe dogs eat grass in order to induce emesis or "clean their digestive system." I'm not sure where you came up with that, but if that is true can you please provide some sort of citation (medical study). This should be taken care of by teaching your dog "no" or "leave it" and even more importantly keep your lawn trimmed close.
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  6. pitbulldaddy

    pitbulldaddy Puppy

    I googled it and that's what it said. Cats and dogs both do it.

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  7. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    I don't think they eat TO vomit, they just eat it just to eat it. Yea they may vomit if it gags them but that's not WHY they do it. I think that's a myth.

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