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    coffeySJ posted:
    have a York/poo who is a year and five mo. For some reason, all the food have tried he won't eat. One time I put canned food on it, he ate it. Can someone please help. Oh he does eat his treats.
    rohvannyn responded:
    So is it a case where he doesn't like dry food but will eat wet food or treats? If he isn't having trouble with his teeth, you might try softening the food with a little water or even microwaving it a bit so it smells better. Some dogs get really picky and stubborn, especially when they find out that there is OTHER food out there, food that is tasty and isn't boring dry kibble.

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