More
    Categories

    Eating Grass

    Related Articles

    Your dog eats grass. Does he lack vegetables or vitamins? If not, why does he do it?

    Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

    The grass-eating is purely and simply the dog’s method of making himself sick and relieving some indisposition of the digestion. Bilious dogs do it to get rid of the excessive bile built up in the stomach and, after being sick, will very often feel quite all right and be ready for a meal.

    Some dogs left to wander in the countryside eat all sorts of greenstuffs, which is taken to mean that they lack vegetables in their diet. A dog adequately fed does not indulge in this habit.

    Video Credits: Healthcare for Pets

    Categories

    Other Topics

    Myasthenia Gravis

    What Is Myasthenia Gravis? Myasthenia gravis is an immune system disease in which antibodies are produced against receptors...

    Exotic Shorthair

    History & Overview Sometimes called the Persian in pyjamas (because of the scaled-down Persian coat) the Exotic Shorthair...

    Blue Jay

    Overview This handsome, noisy bird is known for its raucous voice and the wide variety of its calls,...

    Pests of Perennials

    Pests build up most quickly when just one or two kinds of plants grow, so a bed of mixed perennials is less...

    Klebsiella

    Klebsiella organisms were named for Edwin Klebs, the noted German bacteriologist. Klebsiella species are Gram-negative, non-motile bacilli that belong to the family of Enterobacteriaceae. The genus Klebsiella includes...