The Friendly Neighborhood Witch Mod
Join Date: Dec 2014
At his age, I would not be terribly concerned if he skips a meal here and there. Itís better, in my opinion, to get him used to actually working for food so that the food becomes valuable. Donít cater to what HE wants. Have him do what YOU want.
If, after a reasonable amount of time of trying to making him work for his food, he STILL doesnít want to eat, then you may need to make some changes. But if you cater to his proclivities too much, heís going to become picky with food and run the show.
Train the dog in front of you.