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My wife and I went out of town for a long weekend and left our 14 week old Viszla puppy Kaneel with our parents who have raised puppies before and has always had dogs (don't at the moment however).
We thought we had left pretty clear instructions about food and treats but unfortunately it looks like he had a lot more treats than we'd normally feed him (the treats cupboard is rather bare). now that we have returned he hates his kibble. He used to wolf it down, he absolutely loved it and we would use meal times as additional training. Now he will reluctantly train (hand fed) about half his meal, but loses interest rapidly. He then sulks and whines (obviously still hungry), sits next to the treat cupboard, and leaves the remainder of his bowl of food untouched.
I don't want to go down the path of tarting up his meals to get him to eat unless he starts losing weight/looking too thin. I'd rather be able to train back to him loving kibble and having the treats as what they were intended to be… High value rewards. Does anyone have any advice on how to do this? At the moment we are being strict and only feeding him kibble but I also don't want to starve him (though I doubt he'd let himself get to that point).
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