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How Do You Feed A 'challenged' Black Moor?


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On top of my cycling issues, I've just twigged (after many hours of watching) that my little black moor, Googly, has an extremely small mouth. He is having some fin/fungus issues as well and I worry about how thin he is so I've been hand feeding. At first I put it down to his eyesight, then I amended that, with some exasperation, to him just being a complete spaz. :blink: However, he really is 'challenged'. He takes small bits of food and shakes them to rip a bit off and then spends an awfully long time 'chewing'. By this time, his tankmates have eaten every morsel around. I have to make his pellets complete mush and then squeeze off tiny bits for him to take. It's a long and laborious process! Even flakes sit on the end of his nose, he doesn't seem to have that famous GF suction power.

Does anyone else have a problem like this? Any better methods of feeding? Ideas?

Thanks

Tammy

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