Until now, it was also unclear why this dietary ouroboros kept going round and round. Now, a new study reports that roughly 16 percent of pet dogs eat stool, and that products marketed to prevent coprophagy are almost never effective. Dogs mark their territory with excrement, and most canines know to stay away from poop. So the authors conducted several large surveys, involving 3, dog owners. They asked owners how often their domestic dogs practiced coprophagy, whether any commercial products prevented it, and several other questions aimed at figuring out how this odd behavior developed. The results of their survey while self-reported and thus limited suggest that none of the commercial products on the market are effective, that 28 percent of dogs have eaten feces at least once, and that 16 percent of dogs have cheerily gulped down feces at least six times. Even the most avid poop-eating pups barely sniffed at stool more than two days old. Please try again.
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