Grass eating is common among dogs. While the exact reason remains unknown, there are several theories explaining this behavior.
Dogs may eat grass to soothe an upset stomach. This behavior could facilitate the passage of intestinal parasites or indicate the presence of worms.
Dogs may eat grass due to a nutritional deficiency or hunger. Increasing meal frequency or adding a fiber supplement can help.
Like humans, dogs may eat grass out of boredom or anxiety. Providing chew toys can help alleviate these feelings.
Generally, eating grass is not harmful to dogs. However, grass treated with chemicals can cause your dog to throw up.
Dogs may throw up after eating grass due to the long blades tickling their throat, leading to a reactive reflex.
If your dog's grass eating habit is not causing harm, it's usually fine to let them continue. Always ensure the grass they eat is free from harmful chemicals.