Morning all, Aggie (9 weeks old lurcher) is in danger of becoming a picky eater. She reallllly doesnt like her kibble (Wag, we've got a nicer one on the way but in the meantime...). We soak in a bit of v low sodium chicken broth and have been adding a small teaspoon of wet food - however she then just eats the wet food, however well we try to mash it in, and leaves the kibble! Then she'll be hungry an hour or so later and may eventually be tempted to eat (some of) the kibble. But obvs this interferes with having set feeding times and means she is eating less than we would want throughout the day. A lot (but not all) of her poos are very wet. Sometimes we don't put the food back down (in order to get into feeding time habit, and at the next mealtime she gets only the kibble in order to have no option to pick round it); but a few times we have relented just out of fear of her not eating enough. We're only adding a spoon or so of wet food so that alone is definitely not enough. **I am well aware this inconsistency is the worst thing we could do, so please don't reply to that effect.** My questions are: 1. Do we just stick to the set feeding times regardless of how little she eats, and hope she will relent eventually? 2. When she picks round the kibble in the first feed, should we add wet food to the next meal, but risk her picking round the kibble again? 3. Currently pinning our hopes on this being because the current kibble is not tasty enough - but what do we do if she doesn't like the next lot of kibble either? (bearing in mind we'll have to mix it in slowly). 4. We'll mention this and the wet poos to the vet but any other suggestions? We've tried rice and that didnt even get a sniff!