[/QUOTE]Originally posted by LucyLou@Sep 11 2005, 01:26 PM
One of my pups, who is eleven weeks old today, is an extremely picky eater. I actually stayed home from work Friday to be with him because he was sluggish when I got up. The one thing I've been able to get him to eat a little of is baby meat. I know he must eat some puppy food kibble with his mom, but not enough to show.
Friday night, I was sitting here at the computer, eating a sandwich. I dropped some of the crust to those sitting at my feet, and he ran up to see what all the fuss was about. Next, I dropped kibble in the pile, and he went to eating. So, for the past two days, he's had kibble dropped in the floor and a bowl of kibble in my bed. Maybe it's not what you feed, but where you feed for some of these spoiled babies.
maxi was a terrible eater from 10 weeks until about 14 weeks i gave him scrambled eggs in the morning with syrup and i got him to eat that (now he wont even look at a scrambled eggs) i also gave him nutri cal 3 times a day to keep him from getting sluggish finally he started eating better because i put broiled chicken pieces on top of the lamb and rice every day and thats what he eats now but his favorite is iams kibble
remember one thing malteses are known for there sugar levels dropping so keep the nutri cal around at all times