I hope someone can help in some way. I switched my 2 dogs from science diet to blue buffolo (since it got great rating and healthy). Well everything was great, the food has small black pebbles inside (which are nutrients) well my dogs used to eat them and then they started taking them out or just leaving them and not eating them. Did anyone have this issue? Should i switch to something else?
I have not had that issue yet...but I read the reviews on petsmarts website and on blue buffalos website and both of those had people saying they had the same issue. I would say just ride it out for awhile sometimes, I've noticed with my dogs anyway, that they try to be picky and protest the food basically when its not "new" anymore. I'd give it awhile and see if it changes.
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Wow it has been like 4 months and in the beginning it was all good and recently like a month ago they started doing that. So i guess i will try one more bag and if it does not change i will start switching them.
Hi, yes I have the same thing I have two Mutipoo dogs one 14 name Murphe and 1 1/2 years old mane Bella. Murphie eats all the little black things and Bella spits every last one out. When she is finished, Murphie goes and eats all her that she spit out. It is funny to watch... But Blue is the best food . What a difference in my dogs since I have switched to Blue.....Hope that helped....Lynda
I feed chicken soup for the dog lovers soul, so I can't say I will be the best help. I did feed it for a while, and never had that problem. I found the chicken soup to be cheaper, it is the only reason I switched. Consider adding just a spoonful of canned to their dry. Mix it well. I have found it to be the best way to get my dogs to eat anything they don't like.
Do you just feed kibble? I just switched to Blue Buffalo, but we feed raw also. Try mixing their food with something else like hamburger, unsweetened applesauce, or something that can blend the food together.
In the wild, they would never eat kibble, so I try to feed as natural as possible, without missing any nutrients, so I supplement.
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