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Last night i saw a post about fussy eaters. My dog was going through this stage and i was wondering what to change his feed to. He was on royal caine junior. I read a post about putting abit of probiotic yogurt on it so this morning i tried it couldn't believe it when he woofed it down. The same has happened tonight. So i would just like to say a big thankyou to the person who suggested it. This site is so useful.
 

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Thank you for this Debs as Beau likes frozen yoghurt in her Kong with apple, carrot etc mixed in with it but never thought to put it on her food as she has been a bit fussy lately! Will give it a go in the morning :)
 

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Mine have pro-biotic yoghurt on their kibble. They are fed twice a day.

I just buy Sainsburys own brand and they have 2 big tubs which last a week. Mind you one to two of their eve meals are chicken wings.

Monty loves to look up at me half way through with all yoghurt over his face- very cute.

Milly just scoffs without pausing so there is no chance of any going to waste with her :D
 

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Fabulous - thank you for this tip - Treacle continues to be fussypants - one day she loves it and the next I get the rolled eyes and trotting off to find something more interesting to eat [grass and leaves]
Thank you everyone x
 

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I watched a vet programme recently and the vet had a selection of treats and snacks that were healthy for dogs and yoghurt was one of them,he said it was extremely good for them and they loved it too,guess what im getting my girls tommorrow....
Does it have to be probiotic yoghurt? - I've got kids petit filous in my fridge or would this poison the dog
 
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