Pro plan with the shreds is the only decent dog food he will eat well – and even then it can’t be certain flavors. His owner tipped me off the Jackson (the shepherd) loves fish oil. I’m going to try adding it to his dinner tonight and see if that improves his appetite.
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He’s on the fussy side – certain foods he just won’t touch. I’m ready to start adding ground beef to his kibble.
I’ve heard suggestions that Shepherds take until two to fill out – again so not an issue with Goldens.
Hopefully the vet will have some good ideas, or at least reassurance.
I realize this is rare in Goldens, but my son’s German Shepherd at just over one year is still far too lean. We offer 3 cups twice per day, but he often leaves it in the dish. He’s at 85lbs but still has ribs and backbone showing.
Any tips or advice would be appreciated.
I know this would be a rare issue with Goldens, but my son’s German Shepherd at just over one is still too lean. We feed 3 cups of dry twice per day. Or more correctly, we offer 3 cups twice per day. Often he leaves it in the dish. He’s at 85lbs, but still lots of backbone and rib showing.
Any tips or ideas appreciated.