not interested in food?

by Christine r
(Elgin, il)

Both my Pyrenees are big eaters. The female is a bit of a beggar. The male grabs glasses, plates or anything if left in the sink. The male also constantly dumps his bowl of food out or carries it. They are very smart but need obidence school a.s.a.p. They are fun and alot of work.

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Not big eaters
by: Donna

Pyrs are not big eaters. It sounds like you have young dogs. It depends on the food that you feed them, too.

Kibble is not always high on their priority list. It tastes great when it first comes out of the bag because the added flavours are new. With time, those additive smells dissipate.

You might like to try raw. Resarch raw and check out raw dog food suppliers in your area. It's easy and dogs love it. It's all natural.

If they aren't already, make sure to have them spayed and neutered by 10 months old.

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