Still having eating issues
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She had her first taste of Darwin's Beef this morning. And I do mean taste. 1/4 patty, a tablespoon of greek yogurt, and the rest boiled chicken in rice. She was fairly eager this morning.

Tonight, for dinner, she was SO IMPATIENT, and outright got the zoomies as soon as she smelled that I had opened the Darwin's packing for another 1/4 patty.

I think we have a winner lol.
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(07-29-2017, 03:29 PM)Ember Wrote: She had her first taste of Darwin's Beef this morning. And I do mean taste. 1/4 patty, a tablespoon of greek yogurt, and the rest boiled chicken in rice. She was fairly eager this morning.

Tonight, for dinner, she was SO IMPATIENT, and outright got the zoomies as soon as she smelled that I had opened the Darwin's packing for another 1/4 patty.

I think we have a winner lol.

Awesome !!!! My boys are not picky eaters and will devour anything really but OH MY GOSH the raw BARF whether commercial or home made is seriously a winner in our house. They get so excited over it. I feel relieved for you, I am sure it is such a worry to have a picky eater, it would stress me I think. You are such a devoted mum, dedicated to Embers wellbeing.
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We are now on straight Darwins, but she is eating less of it again. She favored the chicken and rice while it was mixed in and started showing disappointment when it got less than the raw. Tonight she ate half a patty which is half a meal's worth.

Sorry, girlfriend, but you can't live on boiled chicken and rice.

I'm going to start tracking flavors and temperatures (more frozen as opposed to more thawed) to see if that has anything to do with it. New vet visit is the 14th, we'll see.

(stupid mutt has also started randomly stealing the cat food when left unattended - which is kibble >:| )
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