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Why does my dog eat grass? And when is it not safe for them?

By Susan Hazel, Associate Professor, School of Animal and Veterinary Science, University of Adelaide
Joshua Zoanetti, PhD candidate in Veterinary Bioscience, University of Adelaide
Studies in Yellowstone National Park show plant matter (mostly grass) is found in up to 74% of wolf scats, suggesting the behaviour may be inherited from the beginning of doggy time.The Conversation

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