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I recommend that you talk to your local veterinarian about this question. Eating feces can be a behavioral issue but that usually resolves when using the supplements. In some cases this can be caused by a medical issue where the GI system is not breaking down or absorbing nutrients properly. If this is the case, then treating the underlying issue is needed to stop the behavior. Your vet can examine her to make sure there is not underlying medical cause. If there is they can recommend the best treatment for her. If this is a behavioral issue they can get a full history of what products you have used and recommend a behavior modification plan that is specific to your pet.
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