Ollie has recently been eating poo, never his own but some dog poo (although not all, which makes me wonder if its the food that some eat that makes their poo tastier), cat poo, horse poo, cow poo, rabbit poo and sometimes fox poo (although he usually rolls in that). Is it something to do with his diet, ie lack of nutrients or is it habit? He's fed 120g of Burns dry food daily with a Bonio also given. He's perfect weight (12.5kg), got great body condition and coat condition. He always acts like hes starving though, scavenging objects like chips, chicken etc on his walks. I'm not too worried about him health-wise as he is wormed regularly, however I don't think it's good for his mental health. He's obviously doing it for a reason. Today I took him to the field and he found some fox poo (I think). I said Leave it to him strongly and he did leave it. So I decided to do some leave exercises with it so that he knows to leave poo in future. Bad decision because after about 5-6 good leaves, he walked over to it, I shouted leave, he completely ignored me and ate it. :cryin: It's so disgusting but it just shows that even if I practice the leave command with that item, he'll still take it given the chance. I read an article about dogs sniffing out droppings from endangered animals to help conservationists. They aren't allowed to eat it but they are rewarded for finding the droppings. I'm wondering if I should do something similar with Ollie, rewarding him for finding it but not allowing him to eat it. If I tell him off for finding poo and going near it, it'll just make him want it more, which is exactly what happened today. However I have no clue how to teach him to do this?