Why is it dogs rolling poop happens at the most inconvenient times? Not that you ever WANT your dog to dive into a pile of feces, but they usually wait until you've given them a bath, scheduled company to come over, or spread a fresh load of laundry on the couch. It's one of the worst habits of the canine world. Even worse, no one quite understands the drive behind it! There are plenty of interesting theories, though, so why not take a look through them?
Tag: Dogs Eating Cat Poop
Dogs and cats often share households. It's wonderful to have a happy home where everyone gets along. Your two furry friends snuggle together, play, and they may even sit down together in the kitchen at mealtimes. Sometimes, though, your dog takes the sharing a little too far. Dogs eating cat poop is one of the biggest frustration in mixed species homes. It's so gross! Why do they do it? And how do you stop it? We'll let you know all the answers.
Cats enjoy their independence - and you appreciate their self-sufficiency. So opening and closing doors throughout the day while your feline decides where they want to spend their day grates on EVERYONE'S nerves. But if you add on cat doors to your home, you return that freedom to your fluffy friend.