Is your pet a picky eater or do they just gobble it down in no time?
My kitty is pretty picky. She likes the very small bite size pieces of kitty food. She also likes canned salmon and tuna fish. Those are the only human foods I give her. She will come into the room immediately when I open a can of either...She eats only a bite or two at a time. And now that it is warmer she is eating even less.
Its been some time since I had my cat but he was a picky eater. He only ate wet canned food. His only other food choice was cake, which my hubby managed to sneak to him when I wasn't looking.
I have a cat and 3 Akitas. My cat, Isis is extremely picky with her food. We recently switched her from dry food to the Friskies Pate due to her health and old age. Now, she will only eat a certain flavor, if she even eats it all. She usually just licks it dry and then follows me and my family members around the house until we give her fresh food. My three dogs on the other hand, Max, Kamikaze, and Shito Momo, devour their food as soon as it is set out. No matter what it is, it is gone with in five minutes. Sometimes they act like they have not eaten in days!
None of our pets our picky at all. Our black lab eats when he is hungry and the little Chihuahua dog will vacuum down her food in mere seconds, she barely chews her food.
Months ago we started giving our cat the water from cans of tuna; we thought we were just giving him a treat. Now whenever we pull the can opener out he come running. If I open a can of chili or soup he is expecting his tuna water!
My dogs will usually eat anything put in front of them.
My cats get finicky. Once they decide they want a brand of food, I'll stick with that.
by Crochetliens 6 years ago
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by sunbun143 6 years ago
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by Paula 13 months ago
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by Sunny Robinson 14 months ago
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by Leroyworld 6 years ago
This is a subject that I am curious about; however, I don't have any experiences with which to form an opinion. I don't have kids. Any clues as to why a kid will reject a food on sight/smell? Do you coax them? Do you just make that the only food available until hunger...
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