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Old 03-23-2012, 08:04 AM   #1
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Nipper is refusing to eat and it's driving me crazy I am how ever staying calm But inside Iam annoyed!
Any way that aside I am looking for a dry kibble with moist bits in it as well it must be reasonably priced and have a good scoring level. Any suggestion on brands that are available in the Uk that fit that description? Thanks in advance
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Something simple I'm doing with Sophie now. One slice of processed cheese stirred up into each meal and she inhales the bowl.
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That's a possibilty the thing I don't like though it's 'Processed cheese'
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Bigboy, are you still giving Nipper the yougart mixed in her kibble?

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My St Bernard is a picky eater .I boil chicken breast and chop it up in small pieces mix with her kibble you don't have to put the whole chicken breast in it will last a few days

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Bigboy, are you still giving Nipper the yougart mixed in her kibble?
No iam off the the vets for some samples of Arden Range is this a good brand?
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Bigboy, I have never heard of that brand. Just a question, do you switch up Nipper's food? I have found that if you are already feeding a quality kibble, which I know you are, you can switch up flavors without any issues. So maybe give a bag of chicken, and make the next bag beef. I'm not sure if you tried that yet, but maybe she's bored with the same flavor?

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Bigboy, I have never heard of that brand. Just a question, do you switch up Nipper's food? I have found that if you are already feeding a quality kibble, which I know you are, you can switch up flavors without any issues. So maybe give a bag of chicken, and make the next bag beef. I'm not sure if you tried that yet, but maybe she's bored with the same flavor?
Yes done that a good while back The vets have given me loads of samples 2 with real meat in the kibble apparently makes it more palatable too So providing I can buy this brand cheapley then we are on to a winner!!! She wolfed it down she didn't keep lifting her paw as if to say No not that again LOL she even sat at her bowl so I bought my NILIF training back to in to play she loved it nothing added to her bowl and it was gone quickly too! What I was thinking was if I can buy 2 bags each @ 7.5 Kg 1 salmon flavour and the other 7.5Kg bag a different flavour (chicken/beef) and it works out at around 0.79p a day for 2 meals
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Bigboy, great to hear she likes the food! Let's hope the new food doesn't cost too much.

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