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Q. One of my dogs seems to be a bit fussy with her food which hasnt happened before. She is 1 year old and had all her needles etc. Should i worry?

A. she might have an upset stomach, try to withhold food for 12 hours, then offer her fresh food again, if again she is not interested try to put her on boiled chicken and rice for a couple days and see if it helps.

If it doesn't help, take her to the vet in order to check if there is something wrong.

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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