Ok-- so this is the note I left my husband who will be feeding the boys while I go visit my mother.... after I read my instructions I had to laugh and knew that this was something only other high maintenance mommy's and daddy's could also laugh at. here's what I wrote:
" feed Cash a scant teaspoon of pineapple before each meal. if he doesn't eat much add a bit to the corner of his meal or mix the pineapple with a dab of yogurt.
Breakfast: Cash get's 1 Natures Variety beef medallion splashed with two splashes of water and then nuked for about 50 senonds. Cut up the medallions. And then I mix a scant scoop of kibble with the broth off to the side. ( I use mostly the B2B pork with a little of the other stuff mixed in for flavor) sprinke Cash's with Adolphs meat tenderizer
When you leave for work give them both a rabbit fillet. A tiny bit for cash since he ate and a bigger piece for Jasper up on his chair so he can protect it from Cash.
Dinner: they both get 2 Natures Variety beef medallions and one little meatball. splash with 3 spalshes of waterand nuke both together for about 1:45. sprinkle Cash's with Adoph's and at night they each get a heaping scoop of kibble (again, I use mostly the B2B pork with a little of the other stuff mixed in for flavor too much of the other stuff will cause diahrea)
you may need to throw a treat into Cash's bowl to get him started but once he does it's no problem
feed Jasper in the sun room and protect him from Cash.
The pineapple and adolphs are to prevent poop eating..."
Of course I left out a few steps and since it's only a day I didn't bother with telling him how to give Jas the tylan mixed with a dab of PB and a dab of yogurt (I'll just do that when I get home) Or the enzymes I add. But this system so far seems to have solved a myriad of problems. They both eat---poop is firm and it is not getting eaten--- and Jas's eyes have cleared up as well (prob from the tylan- but once I stop the tylan I will continue the yogurt.
Anyways have a good laugh at my expense
and who knows these instructions may help you with your high maintenance feeding.