Shelby is finally fixed but now won't eat her food?

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Postby Kingsgurl » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:02 am

You can get the same effect mixing the canned with her kibble. Be careful feeding her straight canned or you WILL have a battle on your hands getting her back to dry. With the mix (of wet and dry) you can just gradually decrease the canned portion.

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Postby MyBluePit » Sat Sep 15, 2007 4:45 pm

Kingsgurl wrote:You can get the same effect mixing the canned with her kibble. Be careful feeding her straight canned or you WILL have a battle on your hands getting her back to dry. With the mix (of wet and dry) you can just gradually decrease the canned portion.

Yeah I know we're in for a big battle of wills on our hands soon. We are mixing it with dry and the sneaky little girl kind of "sucks" the wet food off and drops the dry out. She does eat some dry mixed but very little if she can help it. For now I'll just take the vets and nutritionists advise and cave in. Then let the test of wills commence.


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