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    Default Re: pupy acts like he is starving?

    at that age we were giving Chester about 3/4 cup twice a day too. Now we give him about 1 1/2 cups. We feed Avoderm. No matter how much we give Chester though.. he always acts like he is starving! If we don't watch him, after he's done with his bowl..he'll sneak over to our shih tzu's bowl and eat his food too! (which I hate, because the shih tzu refuses to eat anything but the cheap food, and I don't want Chester to get into that stuff )
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    Cannot wait to read all the advice as I am going thru the same thing with Brodie...he east super fast and then acts like he never ate and is starving. Brodie knock his bowl out of my hand last night as i was putting it down...crazy!
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    Default Re: pupy acts like he is starving?

    @azlady, are you the one with the runny poos too? well not you but your puppy? If not then how are the pups poops?

    I am paranoid, but that is one sign of a rare disease my Bella has. Please watch him, if his poos are loose, real soft or "fluffy" (huge for a puppy) and also a yellowish/light/gray color that is another sign. Message me if this is what you are seeing.

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