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    Quote Originally Posted by Swack View Post
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    I second the Orijen thing! I have fed Orijen to my past three litters and the pups I've kept from those litters. They like it and so do I!

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    Feed him Collards for about 2 weeks. when you put him back on dog food he will clean it up!

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    Same factor gradually occurred both times; he would be passionate at first, then gradually return to the same factor as before.
    I've been informed by others on here that constantly modifying meals only does more to aggravate the diet.
    Last edited by Mornida; 01-07-2013 at 09:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mornida View Post
    Same factor gradually occurred both times; he would be passionate at first, then gradually return to the same factor as before.
    I've been informed by others on here that constantly modifying meals only does more to aggravate the diet.
    I'm not sure what you mean by "aggravate the diet". If you mean changing foods frequently makes a dog "A Picky Eatter" it might depend on how you do it. I rotate my dog's food every few months. Not to keep them "happy" with what they get for supper, but to give them a wider variety of protein sources and a variation of the suppliment packages from difference manufacturers. Doing this has not made my dogs picky eatters.

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