Dog Pica and Eating Behaviors

Pica refers to a condition that describes dogs that crave and eat non-food items. Some dogs may only eat one type of non-food item while others may eat a variety. Pica can endanger a dog’s health because what the dog consumes might be toxic. The item the dog consumes might also not be digestible.

Dog ate orange chicken

Here’s why you shouldn’t be feeding your dog dishes like orange chicken.

Dog ate vitamin D3

Here’s what you should do next if your dog accidentally swallowed a lot of vitamin D3 pills.

Dog ate a beauty blender

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate a beauty blender.

Dog ate yak chew

Here’s what you should do next if your dog accidentally swallowed a yak chew.

Dog ate bamboo stick

Here’s what you should do next if your dog accidentally ate a bamboo stick.

My dog ate diaper crystals

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate diaper crystals.

Dog ate jalapeno poppers

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate jalapeno poppers.

Dog ate a golf ball

Dog ate a golf ball

Dog ate a marble

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate a marble.

Dog ate nerf bullets

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate a nerf bullet.

Dog ate a wine cork

Here’s what to do next if your dog ate a wine cork.

dog ate pieces of tennis ball

Here’s what you should do next if your dog accidentally ate pieces of tennis ball.

Dog ate leather off baseball

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate leather off a baseball.

Dog ate a very small piece of glass

Here’s what you should do next if your dog ate a small piece of glass.

Dog ate hoodie drawstring

What to do next if your dog ate a drawstring from a hoodie.

Dog that always look for food

Here are a few common reasons for dogs that are always looking for food.

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