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Can dogs get salmonella from eating other dogs'poop?

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YES!However, it's relatively unlikely that any surfacing symptoms are the result of coprophagia. Ingesting poop is a canine ritual that's passed down from mother to pup.

Can dogs eat another dog's poop?

Although those nutrients can be good for a dog and wanting to eat other animals' feces is normal, it's still best to discourage your dog from eating other animal's poop. There may be bacteria in it that could harm your dog.

What Can dogs get from other dogs poop?

Intestinal parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms lay eggs that are passed in the dog's stool and infect other dogs when they eat contaminated soil, lick contaminated fur or paws, or drink water contaminated with the stool from infected dogs.

Can dogs get salmonella from eating other dogs'poop?

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