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seasidesky
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I’m going to add some alfalfa pellets or hay to his regular diet as well as considering switching to another grass hay gradually to see if it works.
The vet said his teeth were fine and gave me some Nutri-Cal to give him a little bit sometimes
I’ll keep the pumpkin in mind if he needs it in the future
Thankfully though he seems to be starting to eat a little more now slowly, I just worry a lot and need to keep an eye on him