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Regarding dry food, sometimes all it takes is moistening it or adding something else to get a dog interested. For my pug max, he is on nutro small breed adult chicken and brown rice. I mix together a fourth of a cup of kibble, half of it as is, half moistened, chopped carrots, and sometimes chicken or cheese.
I just ordered a copy online ...thanks for the recommendation!Noobs wrote:I would suggest you pick up "Scaredy Dog!" by Ali Brown.
Is there a thread that discusses/recommends brands of dog food? I was going to start one - but I don't want to 're-invent the wheel" ... lol.Also, think about changing his food. That is really low quality stuff you're giving him and might contribute to his behavior.
My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am. ~Author Unknown
Are you transitioning to the new food correctly? 90% old food, 10% new food for a few days, then 75% to 25% for a few days, 50-50 for a few days, 25-75 for a few days, etc. It should take 7-14 days of mixing the two foods for you to make the switch completely.