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Old 03-23-2017, 02:25 PM
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Unhappy Lily is a Smartie Pants

Hi

Our Bichon Lily has figured out she receives a 'poke' after eating and has begun to barely eat. 99% of the time I thought she did not feel a thing from the poke. But I guess I was wrong. She did yelp a couple weeks ago when Daddy poked her.

I cannot even walk by her if she is at her bowl. She will stop eating. I have tried pretending to go to bed, walk out of house, etc. I have tried changing up her food and making her favorite dish. She is just a Smartie Pants and we are very concerned.

Does anyone have ideas on turning this around? I so appreciate any help😀

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Old 03-23-2017, 05:48 PM
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Default Re: Lily is a smarties pants☹️

I was always afraid of that because my dog went through a phase of hating the shot so much we had to muzzle her.

Can you wait half an hour? You don't dare do it before if she isn't always eating

Maybe you should look into the Inject ease. Some people on here had real success with it.

Darn smart doggy.

here is a thread: http://www.k9diabetes.com/forum/show...ht=inject+ease
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Old 03-23-2017, 08:45 PM
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Thank you so much. Doing that now!
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