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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-08-2007, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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Heated Food

I already wrote about this in a previous thread but I wanted to get more opinions on this subject on it's own. How many of use out there heat up our food for our Hav's. Radar went berserk....... when I put the food down for him. Holy moly he really loved it.....

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So you guys microwave the kibble for a little bit?? I think I'll try that tonigh for Beamers dinner...
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Add a little water first--it makes a gravy.
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Kara.. you must be very popular at work... lol
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I heat up their food, also. They seem to like it better that way.


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I use to heat my guys food, but I read somewhere that it was not good to heat the food. If I come across the article, I will post it.





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Ok, Beamer was not impressed withmy attempt to warm up his food.. lol..

And he is not longer liking the yogurt either.. ughhhhhhhhhhhh
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My daughter once put a little chicken broth in with the kibble and nuked it. Nico gobbled it up. 95% of the time he just gets his kibble dry, though. He's not a picky eater; he seems to like his kibble just fine.
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Hi,
I could not find the article. I did ask a member of the Delaware Havaese club about it. He is really into reading about diets and immunizations for his havanese. Here is his response to my question to him about heating food.
He feeds raw:

Heating or cooking any food in a microwave is bad for people and animals. We do use a microwave on a limited basis for ourselves, but Dixie's food is never heated in the microwave. I thaw her frozen food in hot water. When Marylou or Dianne keep Dixie, one of the written instructions is not to heat her food in a microwave.

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All of you guys with pickey Hav's need to check out this website...www.thehonestkitchen.com . this is the food I feed my "pickey eater" in fact she has not missed a meal since I started adding this food to her kibble...I know how aggrivating it is when they don't eat. Pirelli would go 24-36 hours without eating. I eventually just stopped catering to her, with 3 other dogs it got to be to much. Not to mention how much money you waste trying to get them to eat by adding stuff to their food and then having to throw it out. Good Luck to everyone... You should check the website out, it is the best thing I have found...
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