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Old 02-18-2003, 09:22 PM
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4 dogs = 4 babies

I've got four dogs that are spoiled rotten. I can't have children so I treat them like my babies. LOL. They refuse to eat dog food. I finally decided that it would be good for them and so I quit feeding them their normal fried weiners with cheese and chicken flavored rice (they love it) and I left dry dog foods (two kinds) out in bowls for them to eat. Three days went by and I gave in. None of them had touched the dog food. How does a person go from feeding them people food to teaching them that they've got to eat dog food? Can it be done?
Grunt is a shih tzu and he has the allergies so I know the oil in the dog food would be good for him and his skin but he literally throws his body on the floor and whines until I give in or else he'll do it for about an hour. Like a kid throwing a fit.
Cotton is a real small shih tzu and wants bar-b-q sauce on all her food and will jump up in my face and stare at me until I feed her what she wants.
Stitches is a Lhapsa Apsa and she gets upset and has her asthma attack and then it's off to her bed where she has nothing to do with me.
Shaker is a terrier mix and she just gets mean and sits and stares at me and then growls at the others when she's not getting her way.
I need help. Sounds like it huh.
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Old 02-19-2003, 08:22 AM
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Finicky dogs?

I would like to recommend a great tasting dog food that is all natural, no by products, no additives and no preservatives. Your dogs will love it. Email me and I'll tell you more about it. They have cat food too and treats. It would be worth a try. And it would be healthier for your babies than fried weiners! LOL.

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