Warren Eckstein on Why Dogs Eat Poop

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Warren Eckstein, host of The Pet Show, is an internationally known pet and animal expert. Warren has devoted over thirty years to teaching both pets and their people to live happily together through his unique “Hugs and Kisses” approach to animal behavior, care and training. He recommends Halo pet food to all of his listeners.

Listen to this audio clip of him letting us know that dogs who eat their own poop most likely are having a problem digesting their food or pet parents are not giving them the right food. Warren suggests giving the listener’s dog Halo. He says, “If the dog is not digesting his food properly, at least with Halo we know …(the food) is very digestible.” He also sends the listener a Halo gift basket to try!

5 Responses to “Warren Eckstein on Why Dogs Eat Poop”

  1. Anne Akers

    Four chihuahuas not related. One of them eats the oldest dogs
    poop leaves the other three poops alone??????????????????

    • Nancy Dirks-Monasky

      Haha… I have 2 Beagles. The young male will not leave the older female’s poop alone!!! Does not go after other dogs poop. So frustrated by this!! Ewww?

      • Barbara

        My beagle Brittany Spaniel mix eats the cat’s poop. I have lots of cats. It’s hideous. He doesn’t discriminate.

  2. Violet

    Sorry, I don’t believe this. I love Halo foods but don’t try to sell them with this kind of reasoning.

  3. Puggish One

    My elderly pug does this mostly going after the scat of others and my dogs have been on Halo for years. She was rescued as a brood bitch at a puppy mill. My vet said she probably learned it as an attempt to keep her environment slightly less squalid. All I know is I’ve had her 8 yrs now and while it’s not as bad as it was it’s still something I have to watch like a hawk. All praise to the great effects of Halo… it is exceedingly good food but zero help on this nasty habit.


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