Anyone who owns dogs has seen this stance and many other stances from our beloved pet after he has relieved himself. He’s gets quite protective of his remains as if he’s ready for war with anyone goes near. As a professional pet sitter, it is my least favorite task to do. You know, scooping the poop. But we all have to do what we have to, to keep the finances flowing .
The Question Remains : What is the purpose of these dogs scratching, protecting and burying with their paws after they eliminate?
This has actually been a popular discussion topic lately on Facebook and other groups I’m involved with. We’re determined to understand the psychosis meaning of this dog behavior.
Dogs of both sexes commonly scratch or scrape the ground with their hind paws immediately after defecating. Some dogs also perform this action after urinating. This is a normal…
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