Lisa from Westland
Trust me he will eat. My boxer, Rascalbaby, tried that when I first brought him home. I give him Nutro Puppy. He eventually started to eat and found out he indeed likeed "mommy's food".
I pour just a tiny bit of either chicken broth or beef broth over her dry food and she loves it. (05/02/2007)
When my Pomeranian got "picky" I opened a can of green beans and added them to the kibble. She looked as if she would eat the bowl, too. The vet told me about the canned green beans, so we knew it was a safe way to feed her. (05/02/2007)
My picky Yorkie loves roast and potatoes cut or chopped up good. She loves to see the crock pot. In the morning after she does her business she goes in the kitchen and sits on the floor and waits for me. Castor and Pollux has a great Organic canned dog food, organic turkey, brown rice, chicken, and veggies. (05/02/2007)
I raw feed my dogs and they go wild for liver. You can saute it a little first. (05/03/2007)
My yorkie, and jack russell, and newbie cockapoo love when I boil canned carrots, green beans, and one weenie cut up tiny pieces. I pour this over dry doogie food and it is a hit. My vet says the
green beans and carrots are great for them. The vet told me she knows a lady who buys rolled
turkey burger (on sale) bakes them with no added stuff and slices thin then freezes and uses those for
I try not to feed them the store snacks and they love the faux ear treats. Good luck. Mine get Pedigree canned food and dry food too, in moderation. Puppy gets Pedigree puppy. (05/03/2007)
I have a 1 1/2 year Old Cockapoo, Lexii, who hates dry kibble. I started to mix her kibble with warm water and that worked for a short period of time. It is so time consuming just "watching" and making sure she eats her food when I have to be at work so early.
I also have a 14 year old cocker spaniel, Princess, who loves to eat, so I have to make sure she doesn't eat Lexii's food. I did some research and I tried, "Force" by The Honest Kitchen. The best food out there for dogs and cats. It is a bit expensive, but as long as my dog likes it, it's all that matters. Go to the website and take a look. If your dog is a picky eater and you no longer know what to do, you can buy a sample of force for like a dollar. Worth a try. (11/18/2007)
My 3 yr old husky is also a picky eater, we tried mixing his dry kibble with Beneful and that worked for awhile. Then we started putting fresh salmon, that worked for awhile. Then i started making him a doggie tuna casserole, I found in a dog recipe book with milk, tuna, egg noddles, and peas in it. He loved it so much he licked the bowl until I had to stop him.
i have two maltese puppies and they are very picky eaters.. i found that if i scramble an egg and mix in the food they clean the bowl, another thing they love is sardine juice poured over dry food, no more leftovers. recently discovered a squeezable pouch dog food nutrition booster with beef mixed with fruit flavors that you squeeze on the dry food and stir to coat it, it coats each piece of food and they eat it all up. the pouch says use 1/2 the pouch per feeding but i use 1/4 per feeding, it last longer and they love it. i think it is made by Purina.
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