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Growing up my parents always kept a food dispenser for our goldens. They would just eat when they wanted to, it didn’t matter what time of day or night. My golden (the son of my childhood goldens) ate in a similar way. We would just fill his bowl and he would eat when he felt like eating. These dogs were all of healthy weight. I now have a Griffon Pointer, 11 months old, adopted. He is crazy for food and wakes me at 5am to eat. I would like to have him on a dispenser but I am afraid he will go chow crazy. I understand dispenser feeding may not be what this community encourages, but it is what I am used to and what I prefer. The goldens were born and raised to be dispenser fed. How can I get my Griffon Pointer to eat when ready? (My beloved Golden has passed so I can’t lead by example.)
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