Eating grass is often an instinctual behavior inherited from a dog's wild ancestors. It's a natural tendency.
Dogs may eat grass to help themselves vomit when they have an upset stomach, aiding in digestion.
Some dogs may graze on grass if they have nutritional deficiencies, seeking additional nutrients in the greens.
Believe it or not, some dogs eat grass simply because they enjoy the taste and texture.
Boredom can drive dogs to engage in unusual behaviors, including grass-eating. Keeping them mentally stimulated can help.
Dogs are curious animals, and they may eat grass to explore their environment or mimic the behavior of other dogs.
In most cases, grass-eating is harmless. However, if it becomes excessive or leads to health issues, consult your veterinarian.