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44 45 Grass eating patterns in the domestic dog , Canis familiaris S

@inproceedings{Bjone2007444G,
  title={44 45 Grass eating patterns in the domestic dog , Canis familiaris S},
  author={J. Bjone and Wendy Y Brown and Ian R. Price},
  year={2007}
}
  • J. Bjone, Wendy Y Brown, Ian R. Price
  • Published 2007
  • Very little is known about grass eating behaviour in the domestic dog, Canis familiaris. This study is the first to investigate grass eating in dogs in a controlled experiment, and attempts to provide an initial understanding of this behaviour by describing the pattern of grass eating during the day and the relationship between grass eating and the ingestion of food. Twelve dogs were presented with both kikuyu and couch grass three times daily for 6 d and grass eating behaviours were observed… CONTINUE READING

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