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  1. My BC pup is 23 weeks old, fit, lively and healthy in every way, about 14k. I started him on raw chicken and beef chunks, some lamb bones too. Some mornings (like this morning) he'll eat for England. This evening, although he tells me he's peckish, he takes a piece of meat and hides it for later. Yesterday there was a lovely chicken wing hiding under my pillow! Along with the raw meals, he'll have a handful of good quality organic 'chicken & veg, herb" kibble that he likes. So this evening he has nothing to eat as I lifted it up after 10 minutes and it's back in the fridge until the morning. At under 6 months, the 'experts' say pups this age must have 2 meals a day. I try telling my boy this but he seems to be a one-meal-a-day dog. Is this normal for collies, I know they can be a bit individual in their tastes. Would appreciate advice please.
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