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Jun 14, 2012
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Feeding
by: Anonymous

You could go back to what he was eating when your brought him home. That brand anyway, that might help.

Jun 14, 2012
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Fussy Puppy
by: Anonymous

I have always rotated my dog and cat food from the beginning. That way they get a variety of food and do not become fussy. It would be like us eating chicken for breakfast and for supper eVery day. I also mix in can from time to time sometimes adding water to make a delicious gravy, Sojo, raw, cooked veggies... This has worked wonderfully for me. I also feed Fromm. They have a nice variety some grain free, some not in which I rotate in as well. I think it's like us - everything in moderation. For an example; my dog gets Fromm Tunalina and Salmon in the morning and Fromm Chicken at night sometimes with can, raw, plain or with Dentatreat on to help get rid of tartar. You may also try feeding him in his crate or feed him when you eat. And, sometimes, they just outgrow their current food and they may not be getting the nutrients they need. Mix in some human food, if need be, with his dry, make a gravy out of it so he it will taste delicious! Good luck!

Jun 14, 2012
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No more
by: Gale

Your dog will always choose "people food" over dog food so it's good you've told your family to stop feeding him "extras". Remember that when you switch foods, do it gradually (mix new with the old at first) so your Pika doesn't get sick.

Jun 13, 2012
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Food options
by: Betty

We use California Natural herring and sweet potato and 1/3 cut it with CN Puppy Chicken and Rice. For a couple of years, our little guy was fine with this, but he's taken a liking to apple (or pear or bananas which I finally cut out) and most meals prefers just the apple. Luckily he eats all the dry, often by way of his treat ball. But once given table food (even these fruits), it's a struggle to get them to focus on "their" food! Good luck.

Jun 13, 2012
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Dog food
by: Deede

My dogs (one Coton, one Silky, and one Miniature Poodle) all like Blue Buffalo.

Jun 13, 2012
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Food Selection
by: Anonymous

He's GORGEOUS!!!

My Brewster loves his grain-free Orijen.

There are plenty of other top notch formulas out there. Some will have smaller starter packs so you can give them a try.

Once they try table food though....don't know....

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/dry/5-star/

Jun 13, 2012
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5-Star Dog Foods
by: Anonymous

There are a lot of excellent dog foods available. Go to: www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/5-star If you just google "5 star dog foods you will have many sites to go to. Good luck.

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