Puppy At New Home - Won't Eat - What Can I Do?



Before we get into this topic, understand that your baby was eating and drinking on its own at the breeders for at least a week or two for every meal & gaining weight. Otherwise you would not be taking him/her home until he was.




Food disruption & refusal to eat is very common after leaving the breeder. Your angel baby has just left its mother and litter mates and the only home he ever knew. He is confused, excited and upset all at once. But one thing is for certain - HE HAS TO EAT and at least 4 times a day!

This is what I do when I have a puppy that won't eat for whatever reason. I don't see why it won't work for you if your angel baby won't eat when you take him or her home.

So that you have a baseline and know exactly what is going on with your puppy's weight, weigh him/her (in ounces as it's more accurate) when he gets home. Do not allow him to lose weight! This information will help you and your baby get through the 1st week without stress and you will have a well fed happy puppy!



Your baby is probably under 2lbs. Missing any meal is critical! They are prone to hypoglycemia which will occur if he doesn't eat on a regular basis. He not only needs food but he needs water. How can you get these in when he won't eat?


Do not feed him anything other than the food you were sent home with in order to try and get him/her to eat. Doing that will cause stomach problems and diarrhea which will cause dehydration.  This will send you to the vet quickly. These are serious issues for your baby!

Be prepared before you bring your puppy home! Have the following things on hand.

A scale that weighs by the ounce
A plastic box (to put the puppy in on the scale)
A plastic squeeze bottle (you can get one at Sally's Beauty Supply)
A hand towel
Ground Dog Food (given to you by the breeder) mixed with WARM water  or bone broth (which is what I use) Check the temperature on your wrist

1. Weigh the puppy in ounces. Write it down on the weight chart that I gave you



2. Have the squeeze bottle ready with ground dog food that was given to you by the breeder. Mix it with warm water so that it is watery and warm on your wrist. I cut a small bit off the top of the squeeze bottle because food particles won't pass through the tiny hole so I make it a little bigger. If you get that problem you need to cut a little off the plastic tip. Not too much or the fluid will overwhelm the puppy with fluid.

This is the exact bottle that I use

3. Sit at a table with a towel under the puppy. Hold the puppy by the hair on the back of its neck to turn its head up looking at you. This does not hurt them if done gently. Put the tip of the squeeze bottle to the side of its mouth (not necessarily in its mouth) and squeeze lightly to express the food mixed fluid. The puppy will lap it up because he's hungry. When he wiggles or stops lapping you stop. Pet the puppy on its head a few seconds and start again. Do this until you think you have fed it about an ounce of fluid. Be sure to burp the puppy on your shoulder during the feeding.







Your goal is to feed him 1 ounce of food mixed with fluid (I use bone broth). When you think you're done, weigh him. If you started at 29.3 ounces you are aiming at 30.3 ounces. It's OK if you go a little over as long as the puppy is tolerating it well. You don't want to over feed him.

In the meantime, keep the puppy's environment calm and happy. Have a place that is his. Make it a small place not a whole room! Be sure that he has ground food on a small plate, a small bowl of kibble that I gave you and water.




Although you have fed the puppy he will still eat his food usually right after a feeding. They love to chew on the kibble (which is the same food as the ground up food - Wellness). Keep an eye on how much he is eating. Put a little bit of kibble in the bottom of the bowl so that you can tell when he eats some. Always keep him near his food. If he is eating well then only supplement (as mentioned above) three times a day to make sure he is getting enough.



Weigh him everyday at the same time. This is how you will know what to do. You want him to gain everyday. You will begin to see a pattern. At first, with you feeding him and him eating he may gain 1 ounce in a day.  The next day he may gain 2 ounces. You then know that he is eating on his own so you can drop one of the meals you were feeding him, maybe lunch but not the bedtime meal. If his weight is steady with the decrease of 1 meal, keep up those two meals. Wait till you see that he has gained more than usual which means that he is eating more on his own and then drop the morning meal. Keep a close eye on his weight. When you see that he is eating well and consistently, he isn't crying (a sign that he is hungry) after a week or so you can stop the evening meal before bed.  If he wakes up crying, feed him. Wean him slowly. You may need to soak his kibble in bone broth overnight, warm it and offer it on a plate. Soon he will be eating all of his meals without supplementation like he was before you took him home.



Remember, the worst thing you can do is change his diet or give him any other food. That WILL cause problems! If you plan to change his food in the future talk to your vet about the best way to proceed.

If you have any questions or problems, please don't hesitate to call me.  I am always here for you!

Remember, this is a normal process of your puppy getting used to you and his  new environment.  Helping him or her get past this initial stage will create an even stronger bond between you. After all, you saved his life!  :)






92 comments:

  1. I've never had any issues with raising puppies in the past but this is great info just in case! Thanks for being so thorough!

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  2. Thank you Sally, for bring this up. I never realized that would happen with puppies. I never experienced it with my other dogs. This is so interesting and informative. Good to have this on your blog if future problems come up.
    And its so visual, easy to do. Thank you for so much information.

    Tim and Jane Vaughn

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  3. Thank you for the great information! Caring for a puppy truly is like caring for a human baby! Will definitely be bookmarking this specific part for the videos!

    Joey Cardone and Ashley Hefton

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  4. Dear Sally,

    Again, great information on caring for the new puppies. I love how you always end with "call me if you have any questions". It really reassures me that I have found the perfect breeder. You are so good with these Maltese Angels.

    Lan T.

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  5. Great advice. I like the squeeze bottle information. As I mentioned in a previous blog that I had a bad experience with a Shitz Tuz breeder and I had to take my puppy to the vet several times in the first two weeks for IV therapy because she would not eat. Very expensive and emotionally draining. I love the idea of weighting the babies everyday.

    Denise Vallier

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  6. Stephanie AndrusMarch 9, 2018 at 7:08 PM

    Once again, very educational! I did not realize my angel baby (hopeful thinking) would need to be fed pureed food. This seems like a foolproof plan to transition the puppy to a standard diet. I am interested to know what food you use and will be more than happy to continue using a tried and true brand. Weighing the baby everyday will alleviate parental stress when they can see the ounces are adding on. Stephanie Andrus

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  7. This right here I hope does not happen but wow what a comfort it is to have this info available for me to go back to if i do need it. And also knowing that you are a phone call away is honestly something I wish I would of had the first time and even the second time I am sure I will have questions because I definitely do not know everything about this breed.

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  8. The broth looks like a helpful tool. The squeeze bottle worked well for your puppy. Such wonderful tips on your blog. I can tell you really care about your little ones.

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  9. The videos are invaluable!—thank you for posting them! I’m hoping I don’t run across this issue but this post will help prepare me to keep my cool, just in case—I’d imagine it would be pretty spooky when your new puppy isn’t eating! This is a big point in our house: not to feed the puppy anything that’s not scheduled or on the approved list.
    -CD, Mapleton

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  10. Great advice! Although I have never had a problem raising puppies in the past, this will sure come in handy if I need it.

    Lisa H. 05/23/18

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  11. Boy, this saying came right to me after reading this Blog...
    "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
    I have already added necessary items to my list of things to have when my Angel Baby comes home. THANK YOU SALLY, AGAIN, FOR SUCH COMPLETE INFORMATION ON HOW TO CARE FOR OUR NEW ANGEL BABY! YOU ARE AMAZING!!
    Also, the videos are such a help and take the apprehension away in case we need to apply this specific care to our puppy!
    Larry & Denise Ramsfield - Wyoming

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  12. Wow, I was never instructed to be this thorough with my other puppies. Thank you so much for taking the time and care to put this information together. I'm adding a scale and bottle (from Sally's!) to my list of things to purchase. This whole thing is starting to feel very real. :) -Jamie

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  13. I have had to use those bottles for water and meds while nursing a sick puppy, but never had to use to fed one. What a great clue to pass along. I feel like you have prepared your parents for anything, and then of course you are just a phone call away!

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  14. I have read this post. We've acquired the tools but I have two questions. First: will you supply the broth or is it okay to use our own, or would you recommend just using water? Second: what ratio of ground food to broth should we be using? Is it 1:1 by weight, or something else? An explicit recipe by weight would be much more comfortable to me than "so that it is watery". ;)

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  15. Good information. I don't think I have ever taken a baby away from his mother before. I have always gotten the puppies after Mom was gone. I need to prepare for the stress of taking her from mom.

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  16. Thank you for all the info. It helps me prepare

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  17. Thanks for this info. Very detailed and helpful if needed.

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  18. Sally this is worrisome to us as new parents. We are thankful for this helpful information, and will refer back as needed, and thank you for being only a phone call way.

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  19. This is really important information to have in case it becomes necessary. I'm such a visual person, the videos were really helpful. It's amazing that you included this in the blog...you seem to cover everything. I know a puppy can become stressed when they are put into a new environment. Hopefully we won't need it but now I will be prepared. Thank you

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  20. The is good information to know. When we got our previous Maltese she was 10 weeks. I believe we did have a problem with her being fussy about eating. I will be better prepared if it happens again. Thank you for including it. It will be easy to refer back to it....or I could just call you.

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  21. Oh wow - step by step instructions on how to feed the puppy! Super helpful! Plus videos. :) I wouldn't have thought about the exact amount of food to feed, including the bottle with kibble and bone broth. Bone broth is so healthy and great for dogs (and humans!).

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  22. We have never experienced this problem, but if it arises, we will know what to do!

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  23. This was really good. Love the resources (i.e. sally's beauty supply) and the videos that you posted here. It is so important for a baby to have parents that are well informed and are willing to do what it takes to for a happy and healthy baby. Well done Sally!
    Mandy and Melissa

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  24. Although I have never encountered this problem with a new baby puppy, I see it as crucial information. I love the scientific method of weighing the baby to determine whether or not he/she is eating enough and gaging the need to supplemental feed the baby by the weight increase pattern on the scale. I thin the videos are first rate to give parents the visual of what the feeding should actually look like, rather than just a description with words. The videos made me feel much more capable of mimicking your feeding techniques.
    Marjie W.

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  25. I love getting information prior to a crisis. thank you for the wonderful and detailed procedure to help if Puppy is stressed in new environment and not eating.

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  26. Great information and thanks again for these blogs! Very detailed information on how to identify if he is getting enough nutrition /calories. The scale makes sense along with the log. Hope we don't run into this problem but we'll make sure we have all items on hand just in case.

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  27. Hopefully an Angel Baby that refuses to eat isn't something we'll experience, but if we do and thanks to your blog, we'll know exactly how to proceed. Thank you!

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  28. Sally,
    I wish I had this information years ago, so thorough and so important. Basically helping the puppy adjust and continue to eat and grow, while making our lives easier and taking the guesswork out of it.
    The fact that if we don't understand or we are having trouble won't scare us because we know you are in our corner and can call you for advice.

    Thank you,
    John & Betty

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  29. This is great information on how to help when a puppy is not eating. Also the weighing is something to really do everyday and keep the puppy gaining weight. You can stay on top of things if they begin to loose weight. I love that you have pictures on how to feed the puppy as well so we can always come back to the blog and read up.

    Stuart & Shirlee
    Portland, OR

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  30. This is so interesting & informative. Your blog as well as knowing you are just a phone call away will be very helpful in case.
    Gay & Don
    Milwaukie OR

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  31. This is truly valuable info, of course you hope you won't have an issue, but, I do like knowing what to do. I love that bottle! I like to see my doggy well fed! Grow baby, grow! Excellent video. Thank you!
    Steve & Stephanie
    Maple Valley, WA

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  32. This is good to hold onto in case it is necessary. We will be sure to have all the required items on hand so we are prepared just in case.
    Jenn & Chris, Wilsonville, OR

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  33. Very valuable information. I was not aware that this could happen but now I will be prepared just in case. You will be the first person I call should this happen!
    Kristie

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  34. Brittany GrenfellMay 5, 2020 at 1:01 PM

    It's good to know what to do, in case there are issues. Lots of good info here that I plan to reread. Hope for the best, but ALWAYS prepare for the worst.

    Thank you for explaining everything so thoroughly! It shows a breeder knows what they are talking about if they can explain /why/ a person needs to do something (weighing, strict diet, ect) instead of just saying "do this". Thanks for caring so much and being so helpful!!

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  35. Scary to think that my baby might not want to eat when she comes home, but so comforting that Sally has already anticipated that this may occur and directs us on how to best encourage baby to eat. Thank you!
    ~Veronica Green
    El Paso, Texas

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  36. Thank you for the videos, they were very helpful for visual learners like myself. As always, clear and detailed instructions which set a new parent up for success.
    Nancie, Bay Area

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  37. Omg. Thank you for the detail.

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  38. I would not have known this. Thank you!
    Emma Sheridan OR

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  39. Thank you for thinking of everything! Being prepared for anything will help us in the event the puppy doesn't want to eat. We are sure by following your instructions, the puppy will be quite happy!
    Darielle, Los Alamitos CA

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  40. I can see I will be reading and rereading this blog for all the great information on eating/feeding/food in general. Big help for those finicky eaters or not.

    Karolyn & Vern, Carson, WA

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  41. Wonderful information and the visuals are so helpful. Having this information will truly help me feel more confident when bringing my puppy home. Marilyn, Eugene, OR

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  42. I love that this includes all the specific ways to monitor growth. I appreciate having a plan to follow should this problem arise.
    Rose
    Hood River, OR

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  43. Thanks for the great information. It is good to have a heads up so you feel more comfortable, just in case a problem does come up

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  44. Wow! I never thought of this. This is great emergency advice and will definitely use & have everything ready if needed. Thank you Sally

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  45. Wow! I never thought of this. This is great emergency advice and will definitely use & have everything ready if needed. Thank you Sally

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  46. The above post was mine. I forgot to add my
    name. Elizabeth S/Lacey, WA

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  47. Hopefully this isn't an emergency that new puppy parents encounter - but step-by-step instructions, what-if's, photos & videos are really helpful. Really clear that gastro issues, eating habits and weight loss for a puppy and especially when this young/small, is serious and needs to be responded to/prevented ASAP.

    Patricia D, San Francisco CA

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  48. Thank you for the great information! Caring for a puppy truly is like caring for a human baby! Will definitely be bookmarking this specific part for the videos!

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  49. I never knew puppies would refuse to eat! I have learned something new today, thank you!

    Michael P., Los Angeles, CA

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  50. This is excellent information on what to do and how to do it to make sure your Angel Baby is thriving!

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  51. I have had to do this with a puppy in the past. It is a good reminder of how to and to be prepared so we can take great care of our Angel Baby. Peggy Z.

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  52. I was just thinking about buying a scale but wasn’t sure if I really needed that. Thank you, one more time Sally for sharing all of these details with good reasoning. I’ll order that too! Looks like it’s extremely important especially with such a small breed puppy! Evrim B., Seattle, WA

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  53. Great advice we have never had problems with puppies eating they have always been hungry 7/24 but I have bookmarked this and all of the rest of these helpful hints.
    Ken & Marcia
    Sparks NV

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  54. Great information Sally , i did not have that issue with my last puppy but I heard from my friend that they did and they get frustrated so bad. I had no knowledge how to deal with that I'm glad that you did mentioned it now I now and I'm thankful that you will be able to answer any question if i will have.
    Manijee S

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  55. I have never had a problem with my former puppies, but just in case, this is very
    detailed, informative information on how to handle a puppy who doesn’t want to eat.
    I’ve ever had a breeder offer such helpful information in the past.
    Linda D.

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  56. This is great information on the diet for the puppy. I was clueless and had no idea they had to eat 4 times a day. I will most likely follow-up with you, Sally, and ask some questions, but overall a very good guide. Also, it would be better if the videos were working!
    Jayden K, Seattle, WA

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  57. I'm so glad that we have this experience with our dogs when they were puppies. Our dogs refused to eat after we brought them from the breeder. We have to syringed fed them for two days before they would eat pureed food and finally the solid food (I wish that breeder could be Sally, and we wouldn't have to do this). I'm glad that we have all the supplies at home (the syringes, wt.scale, feeding bottles, etc.). Again, I take note and study the blog. For our baby, I would definitely call Sally STAT. Thanks again Sally. Everything you do for your babies, you do it for love.

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  58. I'm so glad to have found this information. Our last baby who passed away at 17,wouldn't eat for days after we brought him home and I did everything but stand on my head to get him to eat a bite of food. We didn't have the benefit of Sally and all her knowledge. I feel much better knowing what to do if my baby won't eat this time. We'll be getting all the necessary items to assure our baby is eating and gaining weight. Thank you Sally! Lori And Dave Olympia, WA

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  59. Very informative article! I’m gonna share some of these ideas with my friend who recently got a puppy refuses to eat. Life can be very hard to feed a small one doesn’t have interests to food at all. I’m glad we found an excellent breeder knows everything well!
    Fan, Seattle, WA

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  60. Thanks! Sally! For sharing these tips!
    A small tiny puppy leave mom and family go to a new home, just like a small baby, can you imaging how scaring or unsafe he/she will be? It’s heartbreaking if you see a puppy won’t eat. So, what to do?
    First, I would try the tips that Sally gave, and hopefully my baby would start eating! Be happy!
    If not, I will call Sally, and ask for help. And I believe Sally will be always there to help! She is a such wonderful person!
    zliu, Portland, OR

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  61. There's a wealth of information in this article and it's very much appreciated. I honestly feel more at ease after reading this. You would have to pay a vet to get this kind of important information along with the stress. Now with reading the instructions in this article, I have gained so much knowledge about what to do if needed. Also, the importance of weighing our baby daily and keeping an close eye on weight gain. Thank you Sally! You are a treasure!

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  62. Oh my word I hope my baby eats! But if not I know I will be very prepared. Thank you :) Jan L

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  63. I would have never thought to take these steps to ensure that the puppy is gaining weight and progressing in its development. So good to be equipped with the information on what to do if your puppy doesn’t keep eating on their own after you bring them home! -Sam M. Anderson, CA

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  64. Good to know on the squeeze bottle food. As I understand I keep food as well in his bowl.
    Weighing is a great way to make sure puppy is eating and at a healthy weight.
    Soon once use to me I’m sure we will have a healthy routine.
    I fed my baby goat from a bottle , it was a new born.
    We had a awesome bond.
    Looking forward to each step to a healthy baby.
    Nancy P

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  65. Such great care and insights for the puppies. Looking forward to helping my baby every step of the way.

    Steve & Meg
    Seattle, WA

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  66. This is great to know, I never realized that puppies may not eat due to stress or other reasons. It makes sense to weigh them daily to ensure they are getting the food and nutrition they need. Funny, but I had to do this with our daughter too, many years ago as she was not nursing well. It is satisfying to quantitatively see that they have indeed taken in nutrition. I'm hoping our fur baby will be a good eater from the start, but I am ready to do the bottle feeding if necessary!

    Joyce & Scott
    Issaquah, WA

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  67. I hope this doesn’t happen, but it’s great to know how to handle it if it does!

    Chris H, Bellevue, WA

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  68. This was very educational; we did not know or act on this when we had Miranda and Lennox. Thank you; you advice makes sense and we will have supplies on hand to act on that advice. "Bottle feeding" a puppy! Did you know that human "premies" get hypoglycemic too! Very instructional. Randy and Kernie, Olympia, WA

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  69. This is great information, educational indeed! Good to know. I want to make sure to get the feeding bottle from you.
    Paulette S., Beaverton, Oregon

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  70. Such great information! Thank you!!!

    Krista J.
    Bend, OR.

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  71. Thank you for posting videos! I’m such a visual learner, and this is crucial information to have!!!
    Stacey V - Hillsboro, OR

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  72. Very detailed information on nutrition and proper feeding and weight gain. Great idea about bone broth!
    Nancy G. & Bill Q.
    Oregon City, OR

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  73. This is such important information to take to heart. Making sure these little ones have food at all times and eating well is literally a matter of life or death! Thank you again Sally for showing a clear, step by step process for how to take care of our little baby, so we can do everything possible to make sure they are happy and health!- Jillian C., Fall Creek, OR

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  74. Sally this is such truly valuable wisdom...I love the idea of crushing up the food and mixing it with bone broth .. I use bone broth all the time as it's so full of rich nutrients.. thank you so much for your words of wisdom .. so helpful Cindy D Lake Tapps , WA

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  75. Invaluable information especially if new to this breed. I’m so happy to have found you and look forward to exploring more on your blog. Thank you for these posts.

    Aileen B. Issaquah, WA

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  76. Most important information to all that has never adopted the small breed fur babies. These little babies can fade quickly and the parents need to be quick to act immediately. Thank you again for such detailed information. Janie M. Onalaska, WA

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  77. We know how important it is for the puppy to eat and stay hydrated! It’s so nice of you to share this backup plan should we need it.
    Ryan & Kim, San Francisco, CA

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  78. Hi Sally,
    I definitely do not want my puppy to lose weight or not eat. Thank you so much for the tips you provided. It will help stay calm while helping my puppy to eat. Thank you so much for the videos that is going to be super helpful if I need to bottle feed.
    Galit M, Bend Oregon

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  79. We have certainly had this experience. One of our Maltese just needed a little competition so I would get close like I was going to eat his food. Always worked. One of our little girls was liver shunt and on our own we had to figure out how to get her to swallow food. We got a recipe from an Internal Medicine Vet, her specialty doctor. Then food processed it, warmed it, put it in syringes to feed her 3 times a day for 4 years. She lived 12 years. If we need to, we will use Sally's method for a non liver shunt healthy puppy.

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  80. Great technique and solution for feeding should we ever need to implement it. Hopefully our little angel will have an appetite but if not, we have a plan and your number as a lifeline.
    Ann & David M. Tacoma, WA

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  81. I found the step by step information and videos to be very helpful. Hopefully our puppy will be a good eater when he comes home, but if that is not the case, it is comforting to know that we have a resource to refer back to and that you are just a phone call away.
    Julaine F. - Canby, OR

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  82. Great advice! It's nice to not only be prepared for these situations, but also be able to access this information quickly if we need to. Thank you to everyone else who also posted comments.
    Steph - Happy Valley, OR

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  83. Sally, thank you for this valuable information! Especially for the videos on how to feed a small puppy - it’s good to have the most specific instructions on how to do everything, especially for someone who had never done this before!

    Daria K., Seattle, WA

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  84. My opinion for a puppy not eating when you get them home is to be calm and positive,(dont show the puppy fear). Try a few things that Sally has posted. Weigh them to make sure they are still gaining and not loosing any weight. If you still have issues call Sally Im sure she can and will talk you through the issue. Connie H. Corvallis, Oregon

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  85. I've gone through this with one of my puppies - I got different advice then from the vet but things may have changed for the best thing to do. It's great to have more updated information just in case. This is very helpful and yes - I am taking notes so I remember it! Thanks - Judi - Reno NV

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  86. Thank you so much for this thorough information on what to do if our baby won’t eat once we bring her home! As always, and especially in this delicate situation, it is truly comforting to know you are just a phone call away and always there for us if we ever need you for anything! Ashley Q ~ Lake Oswego, OR

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  87. Great advice on how to get the puppy fed if he is having trouble, I can see how important it is to have all of the supplies on hand in case this happens.

    John & Brenda V

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  88. Once again very useful information. Wish I had known when one of my dogs was sick.
    Judith
    Dayton OR

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  89. Very detailed Helpful info. Michele G Sun City Ca

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  90. Good tips! This is definitely a scenario I'm afraid of and it's great to know what I can try to help my fur baby eat properly.

    Cathy L
    Seattle, WA

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  91. The detail here is excellent! I hope I don't have to use it, but I will be glad to be informed and ready in case I do. Thanks Sally. Tracy D Vancouver WA

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  92. I have not had this problem before so all the information is good hope I don't need it but now I'll know what to do
    Kathy S Central Point or

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