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UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine survey

trescanis
November 21st, 2004, 05:51 PM
The Veterinary Behavior Service at the UC Davis School of Veterinary
Medicine is currently conducting a study investigating why dogs and cats eat plants (grass, flowers, leaves, twigs, etc.). Although many theories have been proposed, this is the first study to scientifically investigate the age-old question "Why do dogs and cats eat grass?" The more information they gather, the better we will understand this behavior.




Dog survey HERE (http://intercom.virginia.edu/SurveySuite/Surveys/PlantDog/)

Cat survey HERE (http://intercom.virginia.edu/SurveySuite/Surveys/PlantCat/)

Link to School is HERE (http://dogs.ucdavis.edu/)


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pitbulliest
November 21st, 2004, 08:04 PM
lets just hope they don't come up with some twisted way of testing out their theories...like I dunno..oh say....CRUEL SCIENTIFIC LAB TESTS ON THE ANIMALS?....

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