How to Get Wolfie to Eat His Kibble

I just have the hardest time to get my dog to eat his dry food.  Wet food is expensive and hard to break up with the dry food.  He just seems to pick out the wet food and still leaves the dry.  What gives?
We always had a hard time to get Wolfie to eat his dry food.  Our Vet has always told us to stay away from the wet foods because they will cause tooth decay if we didn't regularly brush Wolfie's teeth.  The one thing I didn't want to do is to spend my evenings being a dental hygienist for Wolfie.  After some thought, we came up with two, really simple answers to get Wolfie to "love" his dry food.
  • Low Sodium Chicken Broth.  You can normally get low sodium chicken broth in a box from the market.  After you put Wolfie's dry food in his bowl, pour some chicken broth on as a "light gravy".  The dry food will soak up the broth, making it moist and adding additional flavor.  Wolfie loves it!
  • Cottage Cheese.  Get some plain old cottage cheese and add a few table spoons into Wolfie's bowl with the dry food.  The cottage cheese curds and dry food easily mix together to form a constant blend of curds and kibble.  I am adding moisture and cheese and, again, Wolfie loves it.
So these are two simple and inexpensive ways to put some zip into Wolfie's meal.  Try it.  Wolfie will love you for it!  For more information, please contact The Best Dog Trainers in South Florida.

Comments

Thanks for the tip! this will be helpful feeding him

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