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Old 07-16-2012, 12:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Puppy stopped eating puppy food!

So kyra has been on the same puppy food since if had her an about three or four days ago she stopped eating it! So out of curiosity I jst give her a little of my adult dogs food an she gobbled it up is this ok or sld I find another puppy food she will eat! She's only 4 months old!
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Old 07-16-2012, 02:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What are you feeding? My girl was put on taste of the wild which is an all life stages food and grain free at the breeders up until i got her at 4 months old. i then put her on blue buffalo wilderness once i got her and it wasn't puppy either . she grew just fine.....strange that she stopped eating it though. i would just take her dish away when she refuses and try again later in the day. a healthy puppy will not starve itself and seeing as how she wants your other dogs food then you know she isn't sick lol! She just wants what she wants and knows how to get it
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Old 07-16-2012, 02:25 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I agree, she might just be being picky. What kind of food is it that she is going for and what kind of puppy food?
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Haha @she knows how to get it lol! I've been feeding iams puppy food and a high protein sports mix I get from the co-op. An yes after I picked her puppy food up in the morning an then gave it back in the evening she loved it again. So as long as everyone approves of the puppy food LOL that's what she will continue to eat!!!
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Nice she was just being picky it seems. When she is hungry she will eat

On the iams note it's not the best quality for the price. You can fun comparable kibbles, puppy or otherwise . You might be able to get away with more protein and better quality kibbles and not have to add the Sports mix. What Is that you got a link?

If you look under nutrition section there is a food sticky. Has a great link that offers food ratings. You should look for ones without filler in the first few ingredients (corn, rice, grains etc) for the best long term health. Of course each pup is different just wanted I offer my thoughts on iams
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