Amusing Video Exposes the Dangers of Dogs and Their Unusual Eating Habits

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Updated Sunday, May 12, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Have you ever wondered why some dogs have a peculiar habit of eating things they shouldn't? Well, a recent viral video on Imgur sheds light on this bizarre behavior and has left viewers in stitches. The video, titled "When you need a vest to tell people you're not dangerous, you just eat s***," captures an unexpected and comical moment that will make you question everything you thought you knew about our furry friends.

In the video, a dog can be seen wearing a muzzle designed to prevent it from indulging in its favorite pastime – eating feces. As absurd as it may sound, this behavior is not uncommon among dogs. The comment section of the video is filled with amusing remarks from fellow pet owners who can relate all too well. One user humorously quotes, "Can you hear the s*** screaming, Clarice?" It seems like this canine's appetite for the undesirable is causing quite a stir.

While some may find this behavior repulsive, others find it amusing and even share their own experiences. One commenter admits to having a "s***-eating dog" and empathizes with the struggle. Another cleverly points out, "Evolution is both super smart and super dumb," highlighting the ironic nature of this peculiar habit.

The video also sparks a discussion about misconceptions surrounding dogs and muzzles. One user shares their frustration, stating, "People get weird about my dog with a gentle leader on. They assume it's a muzzle, even when his mouth is clearly open and tongue lolling." It's clear that not everyone understands the purpose behind these seemingly restrictive devices.

Interestingly, the comment section reveals that dogs can be quite selective when it comes to their preferred delicacies. While some dogs limit their diet to dog feces, others venture into more exotic choices like goose, horse, rabbit, deer, and yes, even human feces. One commenter hilariously admits, "My dog finds dog s*** disgusting and will throw dirt on it if she can. But goose, horse, rabbit, deer, and HUMAN s***? A delicacy."

But why do dogs engage in this unappetizing behavior? According to a veterinary professional, dogs that exhibit this behavior may be experiencing a nutritional deficit. It's essential for pet owners to ensure their furry companions are receiving a well-balanced diet to discourage such behavior.

In an attempt to alleviate concerns and keep others at ease, some dog owners have resorted to creative solutions. One user shares a tender story about their friend's dog, who was often mistaken for a dangerous breed. To help people feel safer, the owner adorned the dog's muzzle with a clown nose, silly glasses, and even dressed him in a rainbow tutu. It's incredible how a little bit of humor can change people's perceptions.

While the video may be lighthearted and entertaining, it serves as a reminder that our furry friends have their own quirks and peculiarities. It's crucial for pet owners to understand their dog's behavior and provide them with the care and attention they need.

So, the next time you come across a dog wearing a muzzle, remember that there's often more to the story than meets the eye. And maybe, just maybe, we can find a way to ensure our four-legged companions stay away from indulging in their less-than-appetizing cravings.

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Top Comments from Imgur


"Can you hear the s*** screaming, Clarice?"


I have a s***-eating dog. The struggle is real.


Evolution is both super smart and super dumb


People get weird about my dog with a gentle leader on. they assume it’s a muzzle. even when his mouth is clearly open and tongue lolling. nope, he is just a great dane that can pull hard af and the leader helps with that


"You can't keep me away from the s***, Deborah."


All dogs love to eat s*** & roll in dead animals (this is also why I don't let them lick my face or get on the bed)


My friends dog got sick because it wouldn't stop eating goose s***, so my friend muzzled the poor pup. It was everywhere around her. She lived in an apartment complex surrounded by office buildings, surrounded by highways. She had to drive pretty far to get to a dog park. She moved to a better place for the dog.


I think I've read that they do that if undernourished.


I love dogs but, my cats go out of their way to stay clean and their fur smells nice. And they don't eat turds. That I know of.


Ironically, the muzzled dogs are less dangerous because of the muzzle.

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