My question...if the dogs lick at the kitty litter, is that okay? I thought I read somewhere about kitty litter having clay or something in it not good for dogs? Obviously I don't have a cat
|It will be bad if its the CLUMPING kind ...don't get that, you want the cheap plain clay stuff. |
I don't know that the clay would be bad, maybe if they ate a bunch.....
My thought is they won't have any interest in it sprinkled along the ground for walking. I know mine would sniff, then ignore...even the bassets!
|Dawn, not to sound dumb but...I wouldn't know the clumping kind for any other...Is there a brand name or type tog et? I never owned a cat...obviously|
Dawn, not to sound dumb but...I wouldn't know the clumping kind for any other...Is there a brand name or type tog et? I never owned a cat...obviously
I only have one cat, so I'm not the hugest litter expert either....
I have noticed that it usually is labelled as clumping if it is a clumping variety - it's something added and more desireable in litter. And some brands have both clumping and plain (nonclumping) varieties.
|If it's clumping it should say so on the packaging as clumping litter is highly desirable when you are the person who cleans the litter box. |
You can tell I DO own a cat.
|I'm not sure this is always true...but Ive found that the best way to know you've got the plain clay stuff is that its by far the cheapest! |
Ive never seen our dogs take an interest in eating it. We also use (in a pinch) the ash from our various woodburning stoves, etc....and THAT they WILL try to eat! Ugh! Black sheepie beards! So we restrict using ash to the driveway, where the dogs don't go very often.
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