Prairie dogs are definitely herbivores. They do not eat meat.
Prairie dogs are rodents - they have chisel-shaped teeth and eat plants. They also live in burrows.True dogs are canines - they have pointed teeth to eat meat and live on top of the ground.
Yes, prairie dogs eat grasshoppers.
yes wolves eat prairie dogs. wolves eat anything that is small.
No. Prairie dogs are ground squirrels (some people call them gophers), which eat mainly insects and vegetation. They are much too small to eat cows, nor do the like eating carrion (meat off of dead animals).
No, but rattlers eat prairie dogs.
Prairie dogs have teeth that are very sharp to eat the strong plants in the Prairie.
yes they do, they eat prairie dogs!
Yes you could eat a prairie dog. Most animals are edibal. Prairie dogs probably wouldn't be something you would like to eat though.
no they do not
No, prairie dogs are found in America, Cheetah are found in Africa.
No, prairie dogs are squirrels that eat vegetation. Wolves are canines that eat primarily other animals.