No , never had that problem with my two, they eat everything good or bad, lol. They actually are little goats, have to watch them like a hawk, they'll eat shoes, socks, sticks, rocks, toys, stuffed animals, cell phones, plants, trees, pinecones, each other, paper, paper towel, toilet paper, bags, any food or drink they see, the cat, you American it, they will try to eat it. Lol, but food has never been a problem, they are Hoovers and will inhale their food, I don't think they even taste it. My female Blossom is the worst, when she hears the bag of food, or any bag of food like cereal, she will catapult her body against the crate, and she starts to whine like you haven't fed her in a month. When I open the door, I have to hold it because she charges out and one dy she will succeed in taking the door off the hinges I'm sure. She runs into the kitchen and will literally inhale her food, without tasting or chewing it I'm sure. If I don't feed her by herself, then she will eat her food, then push her brother away, and inhale his food, then she will go after the cat food, so I have to make sure that the bowl is up off the floor. Then if that's not enough, she goes right over to the bin where I keep their food, and she has figured out how to open the latch with her nose, so she dives in head first, and front paws in, and attempts to inhale the food in the bin as well, the bin holds a 30 lb bag of food, and I think if she had the chance she would eat herself to the bottom, until she exploded. She's too funny. Dozer on the other hand sits so nice and like a little Gentleman and waits for me to put his food down, then he eats really slow, partly because of his severe underbite, his teeth don't meet together, so he eats slower.