|Barked: Thu Apr 5, '12 5:43pm PST |
|This is all very helpful.
First, she did get sick twice in the first day after the spay (which the vet said was normal with the anesthesia), so it could be that she sees the food as what made her sick or it just doesn't have the same appeal.
I thought I was doing the right thing with the plastic tub, but I never considered keeping the bag and leaving the food in it inside the tub. We'll definitely do that in the future, though I might need a much larger tub. I can definitely see the possibility that the plastic smell could be lessening its appeal.
The food doesn't seem to smell off and because she's still eating it and not having any stomach issues, I'm thinking it isn't bad.
The possibility that she's just sick of food is also a good one, but I'm hoping it is not what is happening. We've switched her food twice in 3 months (she came with really crappy food from the shelter and our vet recommended a food that made her shed like crazy), so I'd rather not transition again, as it does take her a week or so for her stomach to stabilize and her overall health and appearance did seem improved.
Thank you for the perspectives! I appreciate your help.
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