Hi, I'm new here.
Thanks for welcome and food advice but don't recognize any of the food produces you have mentioned other than the ones you can add as appetizers which some I have tried, JJ eats food for a while then decides he doesn't like it anymore,:banghead: I always take it away from him then later on try again after so many times I try different foods, we can go for a couple of weeks before I try
him on something else, I just wish he would stick to one type of food so I know his likes rather than his dislikes, I will try the peanut butter in his kong
to see what comes of that, he's not a dog that eats treats unless soft meat variety, kibble ones don't interest him at all, I do make my own treats from tuna/garlic/flour and eggs which he enjoys.
Other than that he's a good boy and loves to learn, I have started ground work for agility with a ball at the end of a cane I then click/treat once he understands what I ask of him like his rights/backs around a jump wing etc:
I am an agility trainer here in the UK and JJ is the first small dog I have ever trained myself but I really enjoy his enthusiasm for working for me, my main concern is standing on his tiny feet but up to now it hasn't happened.
Sue and JJ my toy boy.