Bobby has never been a particularly fast eater for which I am grateful for. Some days he would eat with a little more gusto and he is actually still food motivated for training ( tasty treats of course). Now that he just recently turned 2, I have noticed he’s eats slower and hardly touching his snacks anymore. His snacks, which are typically kibble in some sort of dispensing puzzle or toy just aren’t as interesting. We’ve given him snacks because he is one of those dogs that barfs bile when his tummy is too empty. Do you think it’s just because he’s done physically growing? I’m thinking by now he’s no longer putting on muscle and he has been the same height for over a year. He looks great and I don’t want to make more of this than what it is. He‘s eating, just way more laid back about it, slower and a lesser amount. It’s like now he eats to live now rather than living to eat. I’ve read that some poodles are picky. I wouldn’t say he is picky although I’m sure if I put down a big bowl of cooked meat he’d a bit eat more quickly. 😉 I don’t want to make a picky poodle but yet if there is a possible issue I would want to look into it. I suppose he could be bored with his food but I don’t want to start down a path of worrying about his food if I don’t have to. Everything else is great. He’s his total normal poodle self. Are there other slow eaters out there and do they eat less when they are physically mature? Thanks!