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PostSubject: Husky Picky about food   Husky Picky about food EmptyThu Jan 06, 2022 4:57 am

Hi everyone I’m new to this forum
Just wanted your help my husky doesn’t eat any non veg food I have tried many thing cooked raw and eggs also all he has is soya chunks and his kibble that too after I don’t give him anything else in the day he is 10 months old and I’m scared that this might affect his growth and health in future
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PostSubject: Re: Husky Picky about food   Husky Picky about food EmptyThu Jan 06, 2022 11:59 am

This topic has been split since it was originally piggy backed on an unrelated thread.

As long as he is eating a quality balanced kibble he will not be lacking in nutrition and should not have any negative growth issues. Huskies tend to be picky but in the wrong way where they will only eat the toppers and not the balanced kibble meal. If he were only eating the eggs and raw meat you throw on the kibble then there would be cause for concern but where it sounds like he is eating his kibble then you have nothing to really worry about. Commercial kibble has added vitamin packs to ensure the meal is fully balanced for proper nutrition.

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