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#21
Ah yea, she's not greedy. I purchased all those books you mentioned - along with a kindle reader that I didn't have so I can actually read them at the dog park or outside. Most expensive book purchase I've ever made LOL!
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All four books arrived today, already starting on the first. So excited! I've got a nice little shelf in my bookcase dedicated to my girls now, between Jackson Galaxy for Anya and all manners of training books for Ember.
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#23
Break through - We have discovered Corn and Peas! She turned her nose up at both of these at one time, but today, with 9 people in the house, she sat right in the middle of us and finished off two heaping spoonfuls of each!

She hasn't missed a meal in a few days now, and I've decided to not switch out her food flavor this time and see if she remains constant. I now have two veggies she likes that we can add to her food too!

Just shouting out! It's so neat to see her actually trying new food for the first time and liking it!
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Greenstars Progress is good.
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I'm going back and reading all of these old threads from the early days and half-laughing at myself. It wasn't the chicken she couldn't have or didn't like - it's BEEF! Of all things, silly dog. It became apparent when we switched to raw. Beef was the one flavor that got half eaten or skipped. Makes sense as I also was buying RED meat food at the time, which was also all beef.

We also can't have cheese, even the mozzerella kind. Proven. Gave her half a stick for one training session after not having given her any in a long while, and immediate tummy issues erupted. Which is sad because that is one of her HIGH values. Maybe I can cut it back a little more and do even less, but right now we just don't use it as an option.

I had forgotten about corn and peas. I may have to revisit these. In training, however, if it doesn't smell and smell strong, it's not gonna get a glance.
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