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    Bless you Linda - I think it's good to have a laugh - especially at myself

    I don't think TedBear will ever make a rollie pollie...not like his Mother or his bruvver {He ain't heavy he's my brother...} ok now I will be humming that all night icon_banana

    When I finally get all these ingredients together, what's the betting the little darling won't eat it anyway!
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    Last picture I saw of you, you were no where near a rollie pollie.
    Leave that to me. icon_yikes icon_yikes
    Me too, I think a little fun and laughing is good for the soul.

    Is he a fussy eater, Dudley is.
    I made all that minced meat and veggies and pumpkin on sunday
    and put it all in little wee ziploc bags and then I saw the recipe. icon_yikes
    Oh well next time.
    Maybe try cutting it in half or 1/4, just to see if he will like it first.

    Oh can I request that you put my Tedbear in your Sig along with
    his bruvver.
    I would really like that. icon_banana icon_banana icon_banana

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    Fussy that's putting it mildly!!

    In one week, he turned his nose up at tripe, chicken, sardines and scrambled egg icon_yikes

    He will eat for a few days, and possibly even the same thing for a few days if he's really spoiling me! - but then won't eat anything at all.

    I used to worry myself but have had to learn that he's just that sort of dog. I have tried all the usual remedies, putting him in his crate {he won't eat at all in there}, witholding food {no treats } if he doesn't eat it in ten minutes, but basically he couldn't care less. He eats when he wants too - you could just leave food down and he'd help himself when he was hungry - but I can't do that with Rupert, as he'd wolf the lot!

    I'm hoping he's going to like these satin balls - I managed to get the cereal and minced beef today...but no gelatine, might try the butchers when we get back. Yes I'm going to do a reduced quantitiy too, this would feed him for months!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki
    Fussy that's putting it mildly!!

    In one week, he turned his nose up at tripe, chicken, sardines and scrambled egg icon_yikes

    He will eat for a few days, and possibly even the same thing for a few days if he's really spoiling me! - but then won't eat anything at all.

    I used to worry myself but have had to learn that he's just that sort of dog. I have tried all the usual remedies, putting him in his crate {he won't eat at all in there}, witholding food {no treats } if he doesn't eat it in ten minutes, but basically he couldn't care less. He eats when he wants too - you could just leave food down and he'd help himself when he was hungry - but I can't do that with Rupert, as he'd wolf the lot!

    I'm hoping he's going to like these satin balls - I managed to get the cereal and minced beef today...but no gelatine, might try the butchers when we get back. Yes I'm going to do a reduced quantitiy too, this would feed him for months!!

    PS note the new avatar special for you ((((hugs))))
    Hi Nikki

    Oh your such a doll
    I can finally see my Tedbear, no offence Rupert

    Nikki: Dudley used to drive me round the bend with his eating, and he
    still does.
    He is very fussy and holds out all the time in case something
    better comes along. I put his food down and if he doesn't eat it
    within 15 to 20 minutes I lift it.
    But I still have the problem with my husband, he just does not
    get it. He drives me

    Nikki you should be able to get the gelatin at the grocery shop,
    let me know if you can't get it and I will send it to you.
    Should be beside the Jello or the baking goods.

    If you can't find it PM me your address and I will post it to you.

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    Linda & Dudley & Daniel

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