I don't blame the kibble / raw mix honestly but it's possible. No one I've had in the past has been so sensitive do I may be in a new world.
That said here is where I admit I'm an absent minded idiot. Sloan has always been grain intolerant, kibbles with grain cause a similar effect. I'm now wondering if it was the sojo and not the chicken.
I think we'll be doing kibble where we're safe, she's too quick to lose too much weight and we have an AKC show in two weeks where they glare at our skinny dogs as is.
I think I am going to add tiny raw chunks of premade and see if that is okay then ease her over if it's working. Then the same with just muscle sans bone and fat.
She eats plenty of fat in nonraw form and she gets a lot of marrow bones and bone meal in her diet as is and I'm not sure that the meat itself is the culprit so after cleaning blood off the carpet Denis and I remembered the last time we did this and it was when she was younger and we tried a grain in kibble.
This morning she got a bit of food, although I wanted to fast her, because Denis wasn't thrilled seeing her not eat especially when she begged all through our dinner which she never does. Poor girl though looked at the handful of kibble, bonemeal, pumpkin, and water with some serious question before eating it. She then tried to steal Backups chicken and she's never been that brazen. Guess we know where her tastebuds go.
Sloan von Krigbaum IPO1 CGC BH CD NA NJ PD MJ-N RATI RATN 3/7/10 -
Shamoo NJ-N RATI RATN 3/1/98 -
Phelan du Loups du Soleil CGC RATI 6/15/13 -
Chili Brigades Brover 5/23/14 -
Arnold CGC TDI FD 6/29/04 - 07/05/13
Backup CGC HIC CD SRD SJ-N RATI 12/29/09 - 07/05/13
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