May 19th 2010 12:54 pm
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My Mom receives a daily tip in her email from Dogster. As Nannie Pennie, I read ALL of Mom's email. Dad may trust Mom enough to not read her personal email; indeed Dad doesn't monitor Mom's every activity, but simply stated: I, Pennie, don't trust Mom. It is my duty to Monitor Mom, even down to reading her email and Facebook. I don't always approve.
Today, I was most upset about an email TIP, yes, a supposed TIP from Dogster. Whose side is Dogster on, anyway? The dogs? That's what I always thought, but apparently that is NOT the case.
Todays email topic: Coprophagia
This is a partial excert from the Dogster email:
"While kids aren't always careful about what they put in their mouths, they can't hold a candle to a dog that suffers from coprophagia. Simply put, this is the nasty canine practice of eating one's own excrement."
What's wrong with eating poop?
Has the person writing this article ever had a delicious Poopsicle, that icy treat found only in a winter yard?
What about a Diaper Delite?
Each Diaper Delite has a different moist, creamy, or perhaps chewy, center. A dog never knows what flavor will be found inside a Diaper Delite. It's always an exciting surprise.
What about just re-enjoying a delicious previous meal?
I challenge whoever wrote this article, blantantly critical of Dogs, indeed blantantly accusatory, of this: Don't knock it until you've tried it!
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Indeed! I consider cleaning up after Rajah not only a duty, but a necessary dietary supplement!