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Longest Hunger Strike

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Louie'sDad

Guest
Louie decided yesterday morning that he didn't want to eat any more.
I can wait.
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.....still waiting
 

Trish Allearz

Moderator
Or a lot less of it... Sometimes, vitamins can set them off- cut way, way back and slowly integrate the right amount into their diet.

Once upon a time, I almost killed one of my little ones with the 'right amount' of supplements. Gave him the most horrible constipation I have ever ever seen (this was a calcium supplement).
 

Brigitte Cowell

Moderator
Staff member
Seems removing the ProZyme would be a good move...get him eating again and maybe try adding a tiny bit at a time to get him up to the level you want to feed....
 

Sunny

Loyal Servant
If you set food out does he seem excited and then withdrawn? Or doesn't come calling to the kitchen if you are wiggling something extremely tasty, the human treat that "got away" from being dropped accidentally? There are three things that immediately pop up in my head when I see a change in appetite or vomiting : stress, dental issue, or obstruction. I'm sure you probably tried changing up the food to entice him - I would try to get him to snack on something non-standard to kick start his appetite. At ~15 weeks or so he should be eating like a monster. Keep us updated, would you?
 
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