When dogs eat grass they do it because their stomach is upset and they are trying to cause themselves to throw up. Dogs actually eat grass for a variety of reasons, and it's usually nothing to worry about.
Wolves, coyotes, dogs, dingos, and foxes eat mostly small rodents, mice, rats and rabbits, etc. They do crave grass. An ill dog eats grass. A healthy dog can gobble up grass all day long and rarely throw up any of its launch. Healthy dogs savor grass and actually chew it for proper digestion. Maybe the dogs need fiber in their diets. If your dog eats grass and vomits persisted for more than 24 hours, see your vet. Some dogs never eat grass.
Cats munching on grass are nothing to worry about. Cats eat grass because they lack the necessary enzymes to break down vegetable matter. Upchucking may eliminate all indigestible matter from the cat's digestive tract, making it feel a whole lot better. It is important because cats eat their prey, parts of the fur, feathers, bones, and other. The juices in grass contain folic acid. This vitamin is essential for cat's body functions and it helps with protein that moves oxygen in their blood. Grass is also a natural laxative.
Make sure that all your household plants are of non-toxic variety.
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