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Old 11-04-2012, 08:38 PM
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I dont like the sounds of this. Can you explain in depth what these are?
me either. the only bones a dog should have a raw fresh bones and if they start to dry our take them away
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:18 AM
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None of my dogs have ever been able to resist cooked chicken. Maybe her appetite needs to have a kick-start with something she really finds irresistible & then gradually her appetite may return & she'll be more interested in normal puppy feed. And if she has a sensitive tummy, the cooked (steamed) chicken will be good for her. My baby also loves cottage cheese. Hope you find something soon so that you can relax & really enjoy your fur baby. Loki had a gastro upset when he was 12 weeks old, after accidentally eating a few of our older dog's kibble. After vet treatment, he recovered quickly, & attacked his cooked chicken, cottage cheese & cooked rice diet as if he was starving, which he wasn't. A few days later, he was re-introduced to his pre-gastro diet & ate his food with a lot less gusto. He does love a little bit of cheese grated I to his usual wet food, or sometimes a 2-egg plain omelette I make & cut up into his normal food. Some meals he will eat well, but others I have to encourage him by hand feeding at the start.

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