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Dog urine killing grass

Dog urine killing grass

Dog urine killing grass

What to do with my dogs if the grass is killed?

I started feeding the grass mix to our dogs last month and they stopped eating the grass and started eating more dog food. How do I fix this?

I would assume that the dogs eating the lawn grass is that they've never been fed the grass mix, it's simply the cheapest source of food. If your dog has a history of eating grass in the past, he may not have the proper enzymes needed to digest it properly. So just make sure that you feed a balanced diet with a source of protein that contains enzymes that can digest grasses. If you feed grass, ensure you mix the grass with their regular kibble, this will guarantee that they get a mix of plant and animal matter to help in their digestion.

If you do feed grass make sure that your dog has access to a kibble treat as well to help their behaviour when eating the grass mix.

I just got two puppies that I have just found out about the grass. Do I feed them grass when they grow up or do they just do the grass like I do. I just want the best for them!

I would recommend just cutting your grass down, remove it from the backyard and replace it with an appropriate type of bedding, preferably one that is made out of straw that your dog will be able to lie on. When I got my 1yr old dog I did the same thing, cut my grass down and I use a litter mat with a blanket on the bottom of the mat. When she came out to bed it was to the grass mat and I just placed the blanket on top of the mat so she had a soft surface for her to lie on. My 3 year old just has a flat mat, which works for him as well, just make sure you remove the grass as you're doing it so you don't get grass bits in your dogs' bedding.

If you feed the grass to your puppy they'll start eating it within a few weeks and you'll end up with a mess...

If you feed grass to your puppy they'll start eating it within a few weeks and you'll end up with a mess. I know some people feed it to their dog and think it's great because it keeps them active. But I have found that for most dogs there is just no point in feeding grass as they don't even know how to eat it. If your puppy has any real issues with it, like you do, make sure that you feed them enough that they don't have time to worry about it and can't get into it.

I have to agree with some of the comments above. I'm really not a fan of anything grass in the house. I think that the smell and the texture may lead to some very nasty stomach problems and I know that my dog has a hard time when he eats grass.

I have a small grass free area in my house, but nothing in my main living space.

If you're going to feed your puppy food out of a bowl/pot I would advise that you wash it really well, and then make sure you remove all the bits of grass/debris and get rid of it.

I would recommend that you cut the grass up small as you're giving it to your dog and then leave the chunks in the lawn so that your dog has to get up on them to eat them and the chunks are small enough that they can't choke on them.

I have to agree with some of the comments above. I'm really not a fan of anything grass in the house. I think that the smell and the texture may lead to some very nasty stomach problems and I know that my dog has a hard time when he eats grass.

I have a small grass free area in my house, but nothing in my main living space.

If you're going to feed your puppy food out of a bowl/pot I would advise that you wash it really well, and then make sure you remove all the bits of grass/debris and get rid of it.

I would recommend that you cut the grass up small as you're giving it to your dog and then leave the chunks in the lawn so that your dog has to get up on them to eat them and the chunks are small enough that they can't choke on them.

I've heard that too. It actually took me quite some time to figure out the reason for the grass/smelly poo, it's an over the top dose of vitamin K for your dogs...

I got mine from this place:http://www.truelifewills.com/

They had all sorts of stuff from grain free to cooked for dogs.

They can make your dog really happy too, so if you can pick a nice one up it'll make your life easier.

Also, I would ask for the raw food. It's healthier for your dog.

And I would really make sure you don't cut it into little pieces before you give it to your dog...I don't want to scare you, but it might cause him to choke.

_My oven is bigger on the inside, and it produces lots of wibbly wobbly, cake wakey... stuff. - The PoopieB.

I've tried the grain free raw food and my dog still has really bad gas and diarrhea from it. There's something about the high grain content that makes it very difficult for my dog's digestive tract to process. I was actually really surprised to see that it contains wheat gluten and potato.

I got him out a really good raw food a while back and after he ate it he couldn't stop coughing and hacking for a few days and even after I cleaned out his mouth and eyes he had the same terrible bout of coughing and gagging.

He also hasn't stopped looking up at me, trying to get my attention.

Gail

_My oven is bigger on the inside, and it produces lots of wibbly wobbly, cake wakey... stuff. - The PoopieB.

That's really too bad. The grain free stuff isn't really that bad, but the potato makes it too high in carbs for my dog, so I gave up on that. I'm going to give it another shot though and keep an eye out for something else.

_My oven is bigger on the inside, and it produces lots of wibbly wobbly, cake wakey... stuff. - The PoopieB.

Yep, there's been too many good reports for me to just pass up that stuff. If you've ever used rice for feeding a baby, you know the terrible stuff it can do. I think I'll have to try finding some for my dogs, as well.

_My oven is bigger on the inside, and it produces lots of wibbly wobbly, cake wakey... stuff. - The PoopieB.

Just a reminder, my friend, that the dogs do not have any type of allergies to anything, as far as I know. I'd be really concerned if they had, but there's not a single thing in their diets that they are not supposed to have. They get raw meat and bone, as well as raw eggs for the ones that aren't on dairy.

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