As the east coast excavation continues, there is now a new source of yummy.
That's Azule and no she isn't eating grass.
Yes, she is eating dirt.
Why? I don't know.
I'm not too concerned about it. My first Cattle Dog Cairo used to eat dirt too. The vet said that it was nothing to be concerned about as long as it wasn't contaminated dirt from pesticide spraying in the area.
I wonder if the east coast dirt just tastes better.
Each to their own.....enjoy Azule. Have a tremendous Thursday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
Bill has been watching and eating chunks of it too.Delete
I, Daisy, have been doing that....SHE's getting cranky.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
Oh Daisy, why do you do that? Is it partly to get HER going? I sometimes wonder.Delete
Hehehe...I'm sure East Coast dirt is nummier! ;-) My cousin Pippi enjoys eating roots, maybe Azule is getting some of those too?!ReplyDelete
There are some grass roots in there too!Delete
When Azule starts pooping bricks, you'll know it's time to curb her habit! ;-)ReplyDelete
Susan and Wrigs
There haven't been any bricks but let us tell you that dirt does not get digested! Looks almost the same.Delete
Wow - that must be some tasty dirt!ReplyDelete
Yes, but why??Delete
Yum, yum! I would love me some of that!ReplyDelete
Come on over - we have acres and acres of it!Delete
Since I wrote a novel, "What the Dog Ate", of course I had to come check this out right away. :) I'm glad your dog isn't eating what the dog in What the Dog Ate ate - panties...ReplyDelete
My sis's last corgi started eating dirt late in his life. They had no idea why either. Didn't seem to hurt him!
I guess we'll just add this to the list of quirky behaviours!Delete
Wow, never seen a dog eat dirt! My dogs will rapidly eat grass when a new dog comes over--they just all line up and graze. I wonder if it's a nervous habit?ReplyDelete
I have no problem with you eating dirt, Azule - all the more grass for me then!ReplyDelete