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to go for a walk on my own for 15 minutes and have a good old roll in fox poo before returning home?

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Owllady Thu 13-Jun-13 12:54:04

Owllady's dog


is it that time of year again already?

meddie Thu 13-Jun-13 15:17:46

ExitPursuedByABear Thu 13-Jun-13 15:23:39

I see your fox poo and raise you dead pigeon. With rancid flesh to stick in my fur.

Exit's BastardDog

SoniaGluck Thu 13-Jun-13 15:29:01

Ooh, I've never tried rolling in poo - must have a go on my next walk.

My favourite thing to do is scamper down the sheer side of bank where humans cannot go without breaking their necks wink and then run up and down in the water yapping loudly so humans think that you're stuck.

It is brilliant fun to see your human running up and down calling and you just watch them. If it's a busy time in fields you can collect quite a crowd of concerned onlookers.

But, best of all, is to wait until owner takes off her shoes, slithers down the sheer bank, starts to paddle through the cold water and then you just run up the bank again. grin.

You've really got to try it. All the best, Sonia's dog.

loopyluna Thu 13-Jun-13 15:35:32

OP, YANBU at all.

Personally I love a good roam and a bit of "me time", and rolling in fox poo is perfectly acceptable behaviour. Your owner must be a little strange, like mine, if she disapproves of such pleasant antics.

When fox poo is not readily available, I thoroughly recommend emptying the cat litter box onto the (preferably white or cream) bathroom mat for a good roll.

Alternatively, hedgehog catching is a fabulous pastime and guaranteed to excite the small owners. Moles, on the other paw, have a foul taste and need to be instantly vomited onto the carpet (preferably in front of guests.)

littlewhitebag Thu 13-Jun-13 15:35:54

Oh yes fox poo and deer poo to roll in. Lovely. Also dead fish and crabs on the beach. Makes me smell irresistible.
My human makes weird faces when I run about with decaying seabirds in my mouth, but nothing will beat what I did yesterday. I snatched and ate an entire baby rabbit right in front if her. She was trying take it from me for herself so I thought I would just gulp it down. Mmmm. It was delicious.

Regards littlewhite's dog

DramaAlpaca Thu 13-Jun-13 15:46:09

Hello OP, Drama's other springer here.

I'm not that keen on fox poo, but I love sliding on my arse on Drama's best rug to get my anal glands nice & clear. I do it on the kitchen floor too, but the rug has a nice texture to it. I get shouted at, but ooh the relief is worth it.

I must tell you about Drama's friend's lab. She loves eating poo, especially her own poo. She also steals her teenage owner's knickers out of the laundry basket and eats them. They come out whole! I've no idea if they get washed & reworn.


BlueSkySunnyDay Thu 13-Jun-13 15:50:53

My human upset me by shampooing and hosing me on the weekend the fresh flower smell nearly made me vomit. Luckily I found a fox poo on Monday, a nice roll spiked up all the fur around my ears...I smell much nicer now. Blue Sky's fragrant hound.

Mahalie Thu 13-Jun-13 16:23:05

Hello Mahaliecolliepup here, in my opinion there's nothing finer than sheep poo straight from the tap, those lambs are always grateful when I give their bums a lick to keep them spick and span - only fresh for me, I have standards you know!

AdmiralData Thu 13-Jun-13 16:28:18

You are all utterly wrong.
Eating your own poo is the best!
I like to let it ferment in the kitchen for AdmiralData so she can tenderise it with her toes when she makes nightfeeds for the small screaming AdmiralDataJunior.

I also leave nesquik poohs under the table when guests are over >:}

Yours, Admiral Not-So-House-Trained-Bunny

Salbertina Thu 13-Jun-13 16:44:57

Opened this while eating... Feel sick grin . This time not the dog speaking!

Purplecatti Thu 13-Jun-13 19:24:52

Fox poo in my floppy spaniel ears feels so refreshing, but the best fragrance to roll in with high pitched yelps is in a field after muck spreading day. That stuff wafts with you for days.

ruby1234 Thu 13-Jun-13 19:25:08

Yes, I like fox poo too, but not the baff I always get later - do you know, my human shampoos me with tomato ketchup because it gets rid of the lovely smell! I like to get it in my collar too.
I tried rolling in a dead sheep once too, it was all crawling with maggots - they got stuck in my collar too.
My nana lives at the seaside, so I like the dead seagulls, but dead fish are as good, especially the rotting ones.
My doggy cousin, Jet, dug up their carefully buried, much loved dead rabbit (after a couple of weeks) and brought it inside and ATE it on the rug.

Can't understand these cats on here being so 'above all this' - my humans friend has a cat, and one night it climbed into bed with her. It had brought in a dead rabbit, which said friend stroked thinking it was the cat. Lots of screaming at that house.

Love and licks, Ruby's dog xxx

mrsdrew Thu 13-Jun-13 19:34:44

Hi, urban foxes here. We are mahooosive so our poo is plentiful. You're welcome to it as we are too busy fighting and/or shagging under Mrsdrews window in the early hours which makes her wake up in a panicked and confused state because we make such glorious and terrifying noise. Sometimes we see her coming in from a night out and just casually walk past or sometimes just sit and give her evils. We're well hard.

starsandunicorns Thu 13-Jun-13 19:45:38

Seaweed mangy old shiwshy seaweed my human gave me the look when I did that on hoilday. She couldnt get me in to the palour before we went so she did my nails aibu to yep before she cut them.

Sat chewing my nails i have looked in my bowl and not impressed I want snacks

Though my human is blaming me for the smells today its her really holds paw over nose to type

starsandunicorns Thu 13-Jun-13 19:46:29

Stars dafty dog see i cant type witj just one paw

ParkerTheThief Thu 13-Jun-13 19:46:52

Silage is the snack of choice here.
It gives both dog wind that smells as if someone has opened the gates of hell.

MatureUniStudent Thu 13-Jun-13 19:58:08

Two hours chasing seagulls in the mud flats and then an operation to remove the oyster shells in my paws. I was surprised at how gruff my mum Mature was. She barked at me all the way home to the vets. The vet gave me a private room as the vet didn't like the salty muddy dead fish smell and charged mum Mature extra for this privilege grin

Labradorwhisperer Thu 13-Jun-13 21:34:23

I like poo almost as much as l liked the four jellyfish I ate on the beach in Wales last year.

(Labradorwhisperer's older dog)

Salbertina Thu 13-Jun-13 21:38:06

This MUST go into MN classics, please! smile

2cats2many Thu 13-Jun-13 21:39:03

Yes, fox poo is good, but isn't it much better to run up to strangers in a field, crouch down low to the ground, wag your tail and generally ingratiate yourself with said strangers before making off with the best part of their picnic?

Signed 2catsdog

CMOTDibbler Thu 13-Jun-13 21:51:24

I've trained the cat things to bring me dead stuff to eat! And when we go to the place with the big things with hooves, theres poo everywhere. And bits that have been cut off their hooves! Its like an all day buffet there.

But the humans took me to the v e t and something happened, and now I have the cone of shame on. And my boy bits don't feel the same. But worse, wearing this, they can hear me trying to open the gate to the kitchen.


Littleballofhate Thu 13-Jun-13 21:56:32

You lot are minging!
Signed, LittleBallCat
Ps. I only speak cattish, so dont even try to insult me in Caninian..

Ezza1 Thu 13-Jun-13 22:24:22

Yy to drooly dogs, rooly cats.

Dogs have owners Cats have staff

Yours in superiority,

The cats who boss Ezza around.

Littleballofhate Thu 13-Jun-13 22:49:18

Indeed Ezza! Cat's only have to stare intensely at a spot to make clear to their human that they are occupying a space the cat wishes to rest on.
Cat's can ignore a fresh bowl of yummy nummie's if it is not the flavour they want THIS MINUTE.
Cat's can hop up top fridge if disagreeable person enters their midst...

Dorris83 Thu 13-Jun-13 22:52:16

When I was younger I went through a stage of eating my mums knickers. Just my mum's I can't be doing with dad's boxers, they aren't tasty at all.

She thought I'd stopped, but the day she was taking me to get 'fixed' at the vets and I was not meant to eat anything before I went, I ate a whole pair of lacy black knickers.

She was SO embarrassed to explain that to the vet's receptionist later that day.

Unfortunately they did the 'fixing' anyway and now I don't feel the need to hump my bed or cock my leg to wee.

I love eating poo. Cat poo is my favourite.

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