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    UGH.... I wish I knew what to tell you -- it seems you have tried everything you could. I hope you and Boeboe get some relief and you find a food she can / will eat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petra View Post
    The thing with Boeboe is that she's so picky I sometimes give them some cooked vegetables, cos Joey loves it, it's green beans, broccoli and carrot. Boeboe won't eat it, she'll eat around it. She'd never eat potato either, the only reason she gets some rice in is cos it sticks to the meat and is hard for her to avoid. She's really impossible! I recently started to add turmeric to their foods but of course Boeboe will sniff her food and refuse to eat. So... basically all I can get her to eat is pure meat, cooked of course, she won't eat it raw

    If I should start home cooking I need to buy a meat grinder so I can grind everything and make patties, then she shouldn't be able to pick the meat out from the veggies...

    But now because of her issues she should be on a low calorie, low fat, low protein food... so I'm really confused right now She's doing good on cooked chicken (pure meat) and a little rice, I'm thinking if I can just get some supplement powder or something that I can add to it she can maybe continue to eat that

    This is how I feel in general about it
    You can also add ginger. If you use chicken/turkey, extremely good for intake of vitamin is boiled your chicken, add carrots, celery, parsley etc etc do NOT add onions. Top it with water and boil for a good minimum 3 hrs simmering. All the great minerals from the bones n flavours you keep along with the veggies. Give it to BB top the food with that broth mostly for BB since the others are eating well. Ever bit helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    UGH.... I wish I knew what to tell you -- it seems you have tried everything you could. I hope you and Boeboe get some relief and you find a food she can / will eat.
    Thanks She's eating very well now when she gets chicken and rice 4 times a day in smaller portions. Since I started feeding her 4 times she hasn't puked at all. I'm just scared now to change her food cos it's going so well she's even excited for her meals, shame, that lill neck gets so long when she hears me taking her bowl off the shelf<3
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