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I posted this on the breed specific page but thought I could get more feedback here.
I have a male pixie-bob who just about a year old. He's been a picky eater since I got him. He eats his dry food no problem but canned or the raw poultry the breeder recommended has been an issue at times. He has free access to his dry all day and in addition we feed him canned or raw poultry mornings and evenings. For the last 4 months, he's been eating his chicken without fail and in fact, he'll remind us it's time! We typically buy fresh or frozen chicken breast and cut it up for him.
The last couple of weeks, he's been turning his nose up at it. We can't figure it out. We've tried different types of canned foods but he's more interested in the gravy then the meat.