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PostSubject: Teething cause eating problems?   Mon Jul 30, 2012 9:08 pm

When I first got my puppy at 2 months old, I feed both my dogs on Taste of the Wild, rotating between Sierra Mountains and Pacific Stream for two weeks. There were fine eating that. I recently changed their food to Canidae Pure Sea sort of a little upgrade because TOTW kibble looks funny to me - don't laugh, it's just a weird feeling. So here goes, they finish a 15lb bag of Canidae Pure Sea and I told my partner to get their food because I was busy that day. He forgotten that I changed their food and he got 2 15lbs bag of TOTW Sierra Mountains and Pacific Stream. So they have to finish that first I guess. It's not really good to throw to bags out.

For breakfast and lunch, I feed them only kibble. But both my puppy Lycan and adult dog Titus will only grab a few bites. They will eat their dinner as usual because I always mix half a can of canned food with kibble for dinner. It's normal for Titus, sometimes he eats sometimes he doesn't. Though he used to finish the Canidae Pure Sea. But Lycan always dives into his food. Is it because he might be teething right now? He is 14 weeks old. Or is it the change of food that cause the eating problem. What about Titus not eating the kibble and Lycan is just learning from him.

Another thing is Lycan woke up pretty early today and his usual breakfast time is 8.30am. He vommitted.. Is he hungry? He is running and playing like usual. Normal stools. Check with the vet and the vet said to give him some snacks before bedtime cause if he is not sleeping that much, the time gap between dinner and breakfast will be too long. Feeding time is 8.30 am , 2.00 pm , 7.30pm
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