To wake or not to wake???
I was just wondering if any of you out there with older dogs wake them to eat or just go with the flow?
The vet told us it is not unusual for older dogs to be up in the night, which Ginger often is. Sometimes she needs to go out to urinate but mostly she just lies there with her head up watching shadows on the walls I guess.
If you notice the time now, it is almost noon and she still has not had breakfast. They usually all eat between 7-8 a.m. and dinner at 4ish. The kicker is, even if she eats at noon she is still all gung ho at 4 to eat her dinner
Was just wondering if others have this situation and how you are handling it? I don't want to force feed her if she is not ready to eat because she has a greart appetite and I know how important it is for her to eat well.
Thanks for any insights.
Mum to Ziggy (5) and Zuzu (4), Zoey (8) and Raggzy (2) Keena (1)...my own little Heaven!
Ginger and Hobo at the Bridge (Valentine's Day 2011) but NEVER forgotten <3...
"I have sent you on a journey to a land free from pain, not because
I did not love you, but because I loved you too much to force
you to stay" ♥ ♥
We do not have to wait for Heaven, to be surrounded by hope, love, and joyfulness.
It is here on earth and has four legs!