4 responses

  1. Stefan
    November 18, 2018

    Thanks for these two great tips.

    We have a small dog and she loves to play with smelly stuff. We let her outside by herself which makes things a bit harder.

    Now I will ask my wife to train the puppy with the water squirting technique. It is necessary to do something now before this bad habit gets in too much.

    The second technique I want to try too, this might be even more favorable due to being a actual training with rewards etc.


    • Marla
      November 18, 2018

      I too have a roller.  Anything that is stinky he will find.  At least most times, dogs will show you when they are going to roll is something stinky, because the way they approach the roll is different that a normal roll.  Either approach should work for training your dog not to roll, the key is to be consistent so your dog understands what is expected of them.  Good luck with your training.  


  2. Helen Doyle
    November 19, 2018

    Along with this is the lovely habit of, as is said, eating shit. Actually this is a natural way for dogs to get vitamin B12. This vitamin tends to be a bit inaccessible when eaten but the digestive processes make it accessible on the next time through!

    Nice topic, hey.



    • Marla
      November 23, 2018

      Helen, thanks for sharing your information. I didn’t actually know about them getting vitamin B12 from it. Always great to learn more.


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