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Old 10-08-2012, 02:58 PM
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I see what you mean Stephanie, but it doesnt seem to matter what time it is - she'll never eat in the morning anyway. On Saturday we went for a 5 mile walk, then came home for lunch - did she touch what was offered, did she heck! My little monkey!

OK, will keep trying over the next few days with stuff, she loves the wing tips, so i can butcher a few of those as rewards!
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I am trying to remember the things I did with my daughter to make her try new things like hide the peas in the carrots. I wonder if you were to offer a chicken wing, breast, or leg with a piece of another protein tucked under the skin (not a big piece just a sliver) if she would at least try it that way. and slowly add bigger pieces of other protein and less chicken under then skin. It is a lot of home butchering, but maybe tricking her into getting a taste for the new protein may work. I did that some when transitioning off of chicken. Think of it as a mini version of a "turducken" a chicken stuffed into a duck stuffed into a turkey. We Americans and our obsession with over indulgences really come up with the strangest things.
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Haha a turducken - thats made me giggle! I havent thought about doing that, i wonder what i can stuff into a wing! Food for thought, literally! Thankyou
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I hide minced offal under the skin of chicken or rabbit portions.
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Let me know if it works! I know figuring out raw feeding is so complicated compared to opening a bag of kibble. But I think once you get it figured out it will be so worth it. And do what I do, which is keep asking questions, because someone on here will help you come up with a solution. All of the raw feeders are so helpful.
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