D'Elle Posted July 13, 2017 Report Share Posted July 13, 2017 My lovely Kit is now fifteen and seven months old. I am really pleased with how well she is doing, over all. She was starting to show signs of not feeling good, so I took her to our vet a few weeks ago, and she suggested we try Rimadyl. It seems to be doing her some good, because the sparkle is back in her eyes and she is much more enthusiastic (and stronger) at her favorite play, tug. She will reliably eat her dinner, if it is something other than kibble. We rotate through boiled chicken and rice, boiled hamburger and rice, canned dog food for dinner. I put liverwurst in little pieces on it to get her going sometimes, that kind of thing. But often she just won't eat breakfast at all, or won't eat more than half of it, no matter what I offer her. She is thin, although not frighteningly so. I know her activity is pretty low, especially now in the summer months, so that may be part of it, and maybe an older dog just doesn't need to eat as much? Guess I am just wondering if this should worry me or not. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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