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Why do dogs dig holes?

Why do dogs dig holes?

Some dogs just can't help it. Let them loose in the backyard and the temptation is just too great. Their front paws become a crazy set of whirring garden tools as they furiously set to work digging a hole.

Although you may not be thrilled with the flying dirt, digging is a very natural behavior for dogs. There are plenty of reasons why they do it and ways you can (sometimes) get them to stop.

As reported on the MOTHER NATURE NETWORK  website - LEARN MORE!

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