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Old 12-23-2012, 11:27 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I know I soak my kibble in water to make it soft and mushy for my pups. So doing that and adding yummy stuff may also help.

They do have to eat, more importantly DRINK cause dehydration in a young puppy causes the biggest problems the quickest.
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Old 12-24-2012, 12:08 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Hi Maggie, I've tried everything with the kibble ROYAL CANIN.. soaked it in water, soaked it in chicken broth, crushed it & hid it in the rice & yoghurt, the bugger eats the rice & leaves the kibble.. so I guess he doesn't like RC.. I guess I'll start feeding him home food.. He's been eating home food for the past 2 days without any problems.. Not 4 meals but 3 meals he eats nicely, I gave him rice & chicken broth with finely chopped pieces of chicken, he liked the dinner.. this morning I gave him rice & lentils cooked together with carrots, had that too.. so I guess I'll just move on to home cooked food since he likes it.. Any suggestions? I hope that won't be a problem at this stage & for the future? Stools are still soft but maybe he'll get used to it soon?
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