If your dog is raiding the litter box, you should speak with your vet to make sure it isn\’t an indication of boredom or poor nutrition. But most likely, it just means your pup enjoys protein-packed snacks and has never heard of personal boundaries. While your dog is still learning that eating poo is a no-no, here are five tactics the
Make the litter box inaccessible to your dog by elevating it somewhere your cat can comfortably jump, but your dog can\’t reach. Consider purchasing a carpeted kitty tree to help her with the transition. It is not uncommon for dogs to eat other animals feces, including indoor cats in a littler box. While there can be medical reasons a dog would eat the cats poop, ruling those out, it may be best for you to find a covered littler box that is not accessible to your dog.
Cats also often LOVE having the privacy and it can make it a little easier to clean up when your kitty is not able to kick litter around. There are lots of store brand little boxes with lids, or you can use an upside-down storage box with a little kitty door opening.
If you feed your dog in the same room that you keep the litter box, you may also consider moving the box or the feeding ritual to another room. If the problem persists, you may want to contact your vet by phone for some additional suggestions.