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cheenab

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Tuesday, January 22nd 2013, 9:06am

Help!!! Baby feeding the dog ;)

Zachary now thinks its hilarious to feed the dog, everything I give him he proceeds to throw off the side of his highchair for our greedy Dalmatian!!!
I've tried everything, telling him no he just smiles at me and does it anyway!! Tried shutting the dog out but he just spends the whole time distracted looking for her!!!! ;)
I don't know what to do, I'm going to end up with a really fat dog and a skinny baby!!! haha!!
Any tips???!
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Tuesday, January 22nd 2013, 9:48am

Do you know what I don't think he is actually feeding the dog it's just a stage all babies go through. If you google it it should come up.

Nice to know he is developing great.

And as for the dog I would say less food at night, use the dog as a Hoover and more walking.xxxxx

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Tuesday, January 22nd 2013, 9:43pm

I have the exact same thing going on here. I have caught my dog having a lovely lick of something and then my LO finishing it off before I could get to her.
I have stopped panicking about her throwing the food at the dog. I have found that putting the dog in the garden helps some and I give my LO a little extra to try and replace what she will invariably end up giving away.

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Wednesday, January 23rd 2013, 1:02pm

Mine has been doing it since about six months - she is now 25 months! It does lessen over time though and great for developing a bond between the two.

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Wednesday, January 23rd 2013, 2:45pm

He just seems to think its hilarious!! ;) looks at me to see if I'm looking so tell him no and he does it anyway!!
Think I'm going to try and ignore it as he seems to not do it as much when I'm not paying attention!!
The dog is in her element though ;)
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Wednesday, January 23rd 2013, 4:04pm

Our DD1 used to do that all the time now he barely gets a look in at her food so in our case she grew out of it after a few months. DD2 still feeds him but never was as bad as DD1 who would give him everything on her plate while laughing so hard she'd fall over. I agree it does seem to be good for the baby and dog bonding process and it does mean there is less to pick up off the floor which is a bonus in my book!




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