How do you know that? I'm seriously asking... is there a link that says they really don't?? I've noticed the same thing in Riley, she'll ignore her food that she's been eating since we got her, but she'll keep swiping mouthfuls of Tuckers food, which is totally different (brand and flavor).Nothing, do nothing, add nothing, change nothing, ignore her.
She will eat. Take the food away if she doesn't eat and wait till next feeding.
Don't give in, don't rotate.
Dogs don't get tired of foods, owners do. Why? I really don't know. I guess guilt.
I'm going to try the switching business anyway just because I know *I* like variety, I see no reason not to offer my Riley girl some variety, provided it's not turning her stomach into a disco.
I've seen more than a few threads on here that many folks do this.. sounded like a good idea to me.
ETA: I'm also going to grab some cans of moist food and really give her a party in her bowl. Tucker always turned his nose up at it... so far Riley hasn't shared his eating habits.