According to dog experts, dogs eat every last morsel they can find under the dinner table after a meal, And as natural scavengers, their canines are programmed to search for food anywhere they can find it. It is possible that a dog finds the color, flavor or texture of grass mouth-watering. Or the dog may be filling a nutritional need that his normal food doesn’t particularly fiber. Experts further confirm that the grass-eating behavior stops after the owner switches to a high-fiber dog food. But, before making any changes to your dog’s diet, it is good to consult a veterinarian.

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