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anyone feed there dog webbox?

  1. #1

    anyone feed there dog webbox?

    does anyone feed their dogs webbox?
    one of my dogs is quite fussy and also gets bored easily! we have to change his food regularly otherwise he just stops eating it! well i say regularly, probably about every 2 months, then he just goes off it and stops eating!
    so does anyone feed their buddys webbox? or has done in the past?
    im looking at the webbox super supreme chubs beef and lamb..

    luckily my other dog isnt fussy at all and will eat absolutely anything!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    New Hampshire
    by constantly changing his food you are creating a fussy dog. Put the food down, if after 15 minutes he hasn't eaten pick up the dish and give him NOTHING until the next meal. He will eat when he gets hungry, he won't starve himself. Dogs can go several days without eating before their blood sugar drops, don't restrict water. He may go on a hunger strike for a few days but when he gets hungry he'll be happy to eat what you give him.
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2015
    I have never heard of webbox. Hmmm. but Linda is right pick it up till the next meal.... he will eat

  4. #4
    I agree with linda.

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