Do you have dog poop piling up in your yard? No one wants to get stuck with that “doody” of picking up the mess. You don’t have to worry and bend over backward (literally) to scoop the poop. There are other tools like a dog pooper scooper you can use besides your hands to clean up this mess. Keep reading our review of the best pooper scooper to get the scoop.
How to potty train your dog and keep your dog from eating poop. Also learn about diseases transmitted from feces, pooping gear and services, and dog poop DNA tests.
Dog owners can agree your sweet pup rolling in poop in the yard can bring a quick halt to a very good day. Dogs like to roll in smelly things. What is it about poop, dead things, and other smelly stuff that makes our dogs dive in? Find out why dogs love smelling nasty and how you can stop this behavior.
As the writers of Canine Journal, we feel it’s our, ahem, duty to keep you in-the-know about what’s coming out of your pup. So here’s the low-down on dog poop of every color. Most mild changes in dog stool color are related to dietary changes and aren’t cause for alarm. But poop color and consistency can be an indicator of serious health problems, which is why you need to make your dog’s business your business.
As gross as it may seem, our dog’s poop can be an insightful window into our furry friend’s health. Any changes in the consistency, color, and even your dog’s normal pooping routine can indicate a problem. Obviously, one of the most alarming changes is a dog pooping blood. If you’ve found blood in your dog’s stool, we can help you identify possible causes and know when it’s time to contact your veterinarian.
You’ve likely thought about giving your dog human food at some point in his life. But you may not be sure if everything you want to offer will be okay. You may have heard you can give your dog pineapple, but how much do you know about giving it to him safely? We can help you get the information you need about this sweet treat…
I’ve forgotten to pick up my dog’s poop, and she’s stepped in it more times than I care to share. One moment, she’s running around the yard, and the next thing you know, I’m giving her an unscheduled bath. It’d be convenient to have a dog poop service clean up my yard for me. Especially when times get busy or it’s cold outside. It’s a stinky job, but someone has to do it!
Dog poop waste isn’t just a stinking eyesore. It also poses health and environmental risks. But many pet owners — up to 40% — don’t bother to pick up after their pups. That’s a lot of unwelcome waste, especially in densely populated communities like apartment or condo complexes and urban cities. Fortunately, there’s a new way to nab non-scoopers — through dog poop DNA testing. Yes, that’s actually a reality these days. And a growing number of residential property owners in the U.S. and beyond are jumping on board this CSI strategy to help keep their communities poop-free. How does this unconventional approach to pet waste management work? And is it legal?