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 Gus being picky about eating?

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Female Join date : 2013-06-20
Location : Toronto, Ontario

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PostSubject: Gus being picky about eating?   Gus being picky about eating? EmptyTue May 19, 2015 6:02 pm

Hello everyone!

Long time no see Smile It's been a pretty crazy couple months.

Gus is doing well in general! He had another yeast infection in his paws, but is all healed up from that now. He's 2.5yrs old now. He used to be a really good eater. He would just scarf his food down. And some of you might remember, but he used to be super skinny. After switching him to raw, he finally packed on the pounds and is probably somewhere around 65lbs now.

We started adding some apple cider vinegar in his raw chicken last month when he had his yeast infection. He really did not like this, and started becoming reluctant to eat his food. So we switched him to beef, and also stopped giving him the vinegar. He is refusing to eat in the mornings now. But he will eat in the evening, though not a full meal. In the mornings, he will sometimes eat a little bit if I spoon-feed him.

Otherwise, he is perfectly fine. Still energetic. Still playful. Stool is good.

I know there are probably many other threads on this already but for some reason my Search function isn't working. My question is whether other people noticed that their husky seemed to eat less when they reached a certain age? Or perhaps because it's starting to get warmer now? He is due for a vet checkup in the next month so I'll ask the vet for sure. But this is just so strange for him to be doing this.

thank you! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Gus being picky about eating?   Gus being picky about eating? EmptyTue May 19, 2015 6:19 pm

Ami has gone through a picky eating period at the change of the seasons fall and spring both years since we got him. Also, I most recently discovered, listening to my own advice, that his eating picks up when I reduce his rations. And after his weigh in today, reduced rations may be the order of the day...
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