Puppy wont eat/is distracted

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Hello all,

My 9 month old Samoyed puppy is straight up not eating or only eating a little. This started to happen around 5 months and before that she used to get very excited when food would come and would gobble it up in less than 2 minutes. This is the same food she used to love but now cant be more disinterested. She will usually take a bite or two and then just walk around in circles in her crate or just stand there and look at us. She's about 45 pounds and we're feeding her ~3 cups a day (1.5 in the morning, 1.5 in the evening). Our feeding regimen has been the same since she was a puppy, we would normally feed her inside her crate twice a day at 9 AM and 6 PM. We leave the bowl out for 15 minutes and if she doesn't eat we take it away and she doesn't get it back until the next feeding, but this doesn't deter her and she will still just ignore it. We have tried leaving the room for her to eat, staying next to her, and switching bowls from metal to plastic. We also switched the food once and it stayed the same pretty much so we ended up switching back. Putting her food on the floor of her crate works and she would eat it all, and spicing up the food with something additional like cheese or pumpkin puree works too but I feel like we shouldn't be making that a habit. We aren't giving her any treats throughout the day to fill her up other than 1 or 2 very small bite-sized treats.

This is a little long-winded but I'm trying to see if anyone has any insight. Feel free to ask me any additional questions. Puppy tax: https://i.imgur.com/n9St4od.jpg

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