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Tongue Fu: Why Do Dogs & Cats Chew, Suck On, And Eat Strange Things?

Pica (pronounced “PIE-kuh”) is the behavior of eating nonfood materials.

The most common form of pica in cats is wool sucking. The most common form of pica in dogs is coprophagia. In this post I’ll describe strategies for managing the behavior or putting an end to it, as well as theories about some of the . . . → Read More: Tongue Fu: Why Do Dogs & Cats Chew, Suck On, And Eat Strange Things?

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