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    Hello all,
    We feed Wally Fromm Duck and Potato. Recently he has been very hesitant to eat his food, even though he's hungry (he eats any other treat or hotdog). Is it possible he's sick of his food? Should we consider changing it to another Fromm product? I heard you can change from Fromm to Fromm without much difficulty.
    Thanks for any advice!

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    Yes! Jake scarfs down anything..but my Dena dog definitely gets tired of the sme food. Yes..you can switch up the Fromm..but just to be safe I'd do half and half a couple days.

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    Yes, definately. Matilda refused to eat any of her food. So that is why we moved to raw.


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    sarah will pretty much eat anything but my one boston. hmm hes a challenge. will eat a food for a bit then nope not interested anymore sometimes even with canned toppers he dont eat much. sure switch around nothing wrong with variety. but yes with a bully maybe still mix some old with new to ease them into it.

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    when you think about it kibble must be boring so yes they do get bored of eating the same taste,texture ,i raw feed so plenty of variety,try raw meat for breakfast and kibble for supper perhaps but unwise to mix it ,confuse the beggar lol,karen

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    You can switch between the different flavours of the Fromm 4* range at any time and won't need to do any gradual introduction. It is actually recommended that you switch between the protein sources so they don't develop an allergy. Maybe he is just getting a little tired of that flavour so you could maybe try the beef, salmon, surf n turf etc etc next time??

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    Thanks everyone. We will pick up a new flavor this week and give it a try. We will try the Surf and Turf I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdac1975 View Post
    Thanks everyone. We will pick up a new flavor this week and give it a try. We will try the Surf and Turf I think.
    I'm not sure if Wally has any sensitivity to chicken..but the surf n turf does have chicken in it! Just thought I'd let you know!

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    Thanks! That's good to know.

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    Definitely... Nitshcke was so picky with food that at times I had to hand feed him his raw and/or kibble. Banks - HA ,,, she eats anything that is not nailed down
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    Nope, it is more of a problem with me than it is Vegas, I thought he would get bored. He has been on NVI Salmon for a year and a half, I thought I needed to change it up, he did horrible on the other proteins, so back to Salmon. He eats every last little kibble. I do change his snacks and treats around with fresh fruits and veggies.

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    Yup, i bought a 1 1/2 years old bully and her diet is optima. I switch her to Go Natural Endurance Grain Free but she always had goopy gunk in her eyes. So I switched to barf diet and now she's doing great.

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