I'm sure this has been discussed before, but how many of the members here feed their sheltie wet food? We give Fasb a little wet food from time to time - very little: occasionally, I scoop some out the tin and spread it over the dry just enough to flavor the dry food. I'm thinking of either switching to a wet food diet or at least giving him wet food more often (as a meal, instead of just to flavor the dry). Over the past year, Fasb has stopped eating as well. He still eats twice a day and cleans his bowl, but he piddles with his food and often needs some attention to get him to come over and eat. He never fails to finish his meal, but it can be a hassle. He's a good body weight. Our vet feels it's behavioral. It most likely is. Fasb's gotten used to getting attention from us while he eats. Additionally, we've been more lenient with treats and the occasional table scrap than we used to be. Fasb's 11 years old. When he had health issues last year, the wife and I realized he's probably nearing the last part of his life. We're pushovers for him. I'd prefer to feed an elderly dog food he likes for his last couple years than insist that he eat dry food to maintain his teeth and weight (weight and teeth are both good, btw). It's been obvious for awhile now that he doesn't really like the taste of dry food. He tends to still wolf down moist food and treats. Anyhow, thoughts? How many people reading this feed their dogs moist food? Thanks.