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That may also explain why dogs tend to scratch the ground more when they're in unfamiliar territory and why female dogs who are spayed do it more than ones who aren't, according to Bescoby. According to Siracusa, the best way to deal with this behavior is simply to let dogs get on with it, instead of trying to quash their mud-flinging instincts. So, he believes that, instead of aggressively warning other dogs to stay away, ground scratching may simply be a dog's way of notifying others of their own presence — possibly to reduce the likelihood that they'll encounter one another in a confined area. We concluded that alpha coyotes were the primary members of the resident pack involved in scent-marking. Siracusa added that these glands in the feet also produce pheromones , meaning that dogs may be leaving these smelly substances in the soil and then widely dispersing them through their vigorous kicking. This territorial marking process has two main features, Siracusa said.
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An Observational Study Of Coyote
Typically, dogs put on this enthusiastic performance just after they urinate or defecate, when they enter a new area with unfamiliar smells or after they smell another dog's poop, Bescoby told Live Science. And does ground scratching ever become a real problem for dogs. During these observations we recorded urinations, defecations, ground scratches and double-marks. The behavior is also triggered by a precise set of circumstances. Scent-marks appear to provide internal information to the members of the resident pack internal map of territory, breeding condition, reproductive synchrony and enhance demarcation of territorial boundaries. Double-marking and ground-scratching were higher than expected along the periphery of the territory.
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Coyote marking its territory
Double-marking and ground-scratching were higher than expected along the periphery of the territory. During these observations we recorded urinations, defecations, ground scratches and double-marks. Veterinary experts call this behavior "ground scratching. But as with wolves, it's likely that these pheromones provide some notification to other animals that they're nearby.
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