I'm not sure if this goes here but I have something interesting to report. My Sherman has been eating poo since just after he was neutered (at a year old). He would eat only his and Bria's but not my Chihauhua's. I don't know why. Well recently Bria was very sick from possibly eating squirrel or raccoon poo and the vet suggested I put her on special food. So the food is for sensitive stomachs and I thought that since Sherman has a very sensitive stomach I might as well put him on it too. Sherman often had loose poos. Within a day of putting him on the food his poos were finally normal and, believe it or not, he has not once eaten his nor Bria's poo. It has been over a week now. Now I'm wondering if the poo eating is a digestive thing. They are all on (including the Chihauhua) this food. It's ID prescription food. Hills makes it and I can only get if from my vet. It's definintely not cheap a 40lb. bag cost me $145.00 and will probably last a month. The Orijen cost me $80 and a bag and lasted 3 weeks which comes out to $160 for 6 weeks. Still it's worth it's weight in gold if finally after 1 1/2 years Sherman has stopped eating his poo.