These are the 10 breeds of adorable dog known for being fussy eaters and refusing food
Boston Terrier Finding the right food for a Boston Terrier is the most difficult part. Once you have mastered that skill, they should be able to eat. It takes some trial and error.
Dachshund Even the most ardent Dachshund lover will admit that their beloved sausage dogs can be stubborn. It is also true when it comes food. Their tried-and-true favorite meal might be rejected the next day. It is important to not force them to eat treats in order to get them to eat again.
Greyhound Both the Greyhounds and the smaller Italian Greyhounds thrive on routine. Any dietary change could lead to them refusing food. Stress can be seen in their refusal to eat the food they eat.
Bichon Frise Bichon Frises are similar to the Maltese. They love variety in food, but allergies can make it difficult for them to eat. Dog owners who are new to the breed should not worry if their pet refuses to eat occasionally. As long as they do not seem to be suffering from discomfort, it is okay.
Cocker Spaniel You can try rice with chopped-up chicken breast if your Cocker Spaniel isn’t eating. Mix the chicken with the dog food to gradually wean your dog on the healthy food.
Poodle Another breed that needs routine to avoid picky eating is the Poodle. Don't overindulge in treats, as this can lead to unsatisfying mealtimes.
Maltese The problem with cute Malteses is their tendency to get bored of the same food. Try something different if they don't eat all the food. If nothing else seems to be working, some owners recommend trying baby food.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a feast or famine dog. They either eat as much as they can or refuse to eat. To get this breed to a routine, it is important that they are given set meal times and have strict portion control.
Pekingese The Pekingese are a breed that loves tasty treats. They may try to blackmail you by pursuing them - so if they believe that skipping a healthy meal will result in treats, that's what they will do.
French Bulldog Fussy Frenchies are not a new phenomenon. It can be frustrating to try and find a routine that works for them. You can try these methods: Place them in a cool room, add chicken broth to their food, or feed them by hand.