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gingerboy
13:48:25 Fri
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Molly for the last couple of weeks has been eating a lot of grass but her No2's are ok and she is not being sick. Has anyone else had a similair experience as Molly normally only eats grass if her stomach is playing her up but she definetely seems OK.

Do you think I should be concerned as she seems to be eating more grass in the past few days. She still has a good appetite for her food and is only drinking the usual amount of water.

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That's a strange one?!

Like Molly, Sasha only eats grass if she is feeling rough and, touch wood, we haven't had too much experience of that yet! Mind you my last girl used to munch away quite a lot and it never seemed to bother her?

Personally, I would say that she is just eating grass for the sake of it then, if her "no2s" are ok and she is eating and drinking normally?

Is she eating it from the garden or just when she is out for a walk? The other thing could be that she is thirsty when she is out etc and is using the grass for moisture??



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Polo loves munching on grass when we're out walking, never seems to do him any harm :smile:



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Think it must be a boxer thing. It was always like taking a cow out for a walk with Jake, and Heskey is definately heading in that direction! Heskey does it regardless of the weather, he obviously just fancies a nibble now and again. Still it gives me a break from lobbing his ball on a string!(im going to have arms like a russian shotputter at this rate!!!)

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gingerboy
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Well Molly still seems to be at it, maybe it's because the grass is longer now. She seems to do it on walks and in the garden but as mentioned she seems fine maybe she has only just acquired the taste?

Tash has a habit of licking wet grass when out for walks and she is thirsty if their are no puddles or streams near by which always makes me laugh as she does it whilst galloping along - that dog truly is a nutter!!!

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My three also do expert impersonations of cows, they are forever chewing grass, I don`t need a lawn mower ok then I am exaggerating again but just a little:lol:

  
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Daz does an impression of a "Black Hole" very well. Exceptions are raw tomatos and raw mushrooms, only. Funny, thats just like his skin dad.

  
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Sounds familiar Jill although our 2 love mushrooms.

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Sasha nicks them from the garden if they are growing anywhere - doesnt do her tummy any good though! Invariably we are washing the lawn and on a mushroom hunt for the rest of them!!



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jacquie
11:50:12 Mon
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Karen did you get the stuff to stop your lawn dyeing? Did it work?



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gingerboy
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Imagine if they were magc mushrooms......... maybe not, I mean how would you tell the difference in behaviour!!

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22:03:30 Wed
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I have only just discovered your question in here Jacquie sorry!

Yes I did get the tablets, she was taking them around about the same time that she was getting the spots on her head and suffering from "allergies" etc.

I finished the bottle only to realise that she was on the small dog dose anyway! I am going to wait a while and let all her other skin stuff settle down so I can rule out whether or not it had any effect on her.

As for the lawn - well after Alfie's visit last week, it is certainly looking a lot sadder, but I am not sure that stuff worked (but then she wasnt on enough of it)

If I go for it again - I will let you know!!



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Polo123
14:45:22 Thu
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It's funny, I was ony thinking about this yesterday, my brother's dog has been staying at my mum's house and made a mess of the lawn which reminded me that Karen had got some stuff to try. If you try it again let us know :smile:



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