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PostSubject: Your Dog's Eating Habbits   Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:13 am

When your dog eats, does it eat directly from the bowl, walk away with a mouthful of food and return, drop it on the floor and eat it or some other variation of this?

Neka stands in front of her bowl and eats until its empty.

Patchs will take a mouthful of food, drop half of it on the floor, then pick it up one peice at a time, sometimes carrying food 5 to 10 feet from the bowl before dropping it. When this happens, Neka helps her out by cleaning up any of the "stray" peices. Wink

Its pretty funny ... until I happen to find a peice of kibble with my bare feet when Im walking thru the house at 2am with the lights off!!! Suspect

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PostSubject: Re: Your Dog's Eating Habbits   Thu Feb 18, 2010 3:45 pm

Sheetza eats most of her food in the bowl but Junior is like Patches, he'll sometimes take a bit and walk away and enjoy it on the carpet somewhere else. Buts he doesn't always do that.

Its funny though, he'll usually do that when he's eating Sheetza's food which he knows he isn't supposed to Razz

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