The dog poop usually turns white after being digested by the bacteria in your dog’s digestive system. The bacteria that breaks down the fiber and protein in dog poop produce an acidic by-product called smegma. As this acid comes in contact with white blood cells, the white blood cells become visible.
What does white poop mean?
White poop is normal and occurs when your body produces less bile, which helps break down fat. This can happen when you lose weight or have a medical condition that affects your digestion, such as celiac disease.You may experience this symptom if you’re following a low-fat diet or are eating a large amount of fiber. If you’re not sure if it’s normal for your stool to be white, ask your doctor or a dietitian for advice.