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Oct 23, 2015
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Apr 08, 2015
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Apr 05, 2013
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Anorexic toy poodle NEW
by: Anonymous

I just took my toy to a second vet because he was loosing weight, was dehydrated, and the vet thought she might have hypoglycemia because she loved peanut butter. He gave me Nutra Cal to give him 3 times per day and A and D canned food to give him. I'm to bring in a stool sample Mon. For him to check for a certain type of worm the vet thinks he may have. He was given electrolytes and nutrition while he was there. He seems to be feeling better. He really loved the Nutra cal so you might try that. It makes them hungry. Hope this helps. Hoping mine will gain weight.

Feb 26, 2013
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try this NEW
by: Anonymous

I have a miniature poodle and OMG I have had so many problems with him being interested in eating and was always sick.... But I think I figured it out, I keeped him on his dry chicken and rice and veggie dog food and I add 1 tablespoon of meat (I brown ground lean beef)to 1/2 cup dry dog food and OMG he love's it, he gets so excited he eats it all I do this 3 times a day also for snack I give him green apples... I am so happy he is finally eating...
I brown the meat and freeze it in individual sandwich bags

Sep 06, 2011
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anorexic poodle
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I have a 4 yr. old teacup poodle that I purchased at 6 months of age that would not eat. My vet showed me how to force feed her and I do that twice daily. I press lightly on the corners of her mouth, she opens her mouth, and I use the tip of my finger to put a scoop in her mouth. Then she swallows it. I mix 1 can science diet pet food with 1 jar baby food chicken and 1 jar baby food beef, and 1 jar mixed green veg and 1 jar mixed orange veg. I thicken with baby oat cereal. Occasionally I add plain yogurt or cooked scrambled mashed eggs. I devide the mixture on saran wrap on a cookie sheet and freeze it. Then thaw each serving for 35 seconds in microwave when time to feed her. The above mixture makes 12 "plops", and feeds her for 6 days.She is extremely healthy.She will eat tiny pieces of cooked chicken thigh,green beans, and pita bread, but not much.

Sep 06, 2011
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Poodle not motivated by food?
by: Anonymous

Hi, I hope she is eating more by now.

I have a toy poodle, 3 years old, she is not motivated by food, and at times would not eat too.

What I try to do is to walk her and get her to pee and poo while we're out, so she'd be hungry when we get back, and is more likely to eat her food.

" Hope this helps."

Apr 11, 2011
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Anorexy Teacup Poodle
by: Anonymous

We have a 3 year old teacup poodle that we force feed twice daily.

We got her at 6 months of age and she would not eat.

The breeder basically said that she eats at her house but when she is sold (we are the second owner) she does not eat.

She was dying and our vet showed us how to force feed her. I gently press on the sides of her mouth, she opens her mouth and I use my finger to scoop into her mouth a mixture of baby food vegetables, meat, science diet A&D, and baby oatmeal to thicken it all. I add yogurt and dog vitamins too.

She is almost 4 now and eats little pieces of chicken, pita bread, and green beans on her own.

But she will not eat enough to sustain life on her own.

Our vet says these little dogs will starve themselves.

She was first sold at 8 weeks of age and I think she was too young to be taken from her mother.

She was an only pup. We have fed her like this for over 3 years.

! My Teacup Poodle is extremely healthy now.!

Patience and Love is the most important task to do


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