I've browsed a number of threads on this topic but thought I'd explain our challenge. We have a working springer spaniel boy who turns 10 weeks tomorrow. He was the tubbiest pup in the 11 strong litter and we thought we'd have a hungry boy. He's been home with us for nearly 2 weeks on exactly the same diet the breeder had him on (Eukanuba and raw beef). He's just completely uninterested in food - we have him on 3 meals a day (4 was just a waste of food), he has kibble in the morning (6.30am) and then a mixture of the kibble and meat at lunch (12pm) and dinner (6.30pm). I have taken to hand-feeding him as a way to spark some interest in the food which has worked a bit but there is still a fair bit leftover. I called the breeder who said he experienced the same with the 2 puppies he kept as there is no longer competition for food but thought it would change in a few days. Have been patient now but am concerned it's still the same 2 weeks in... we changed his bowl for a flatter plate (a tip I saw on here!) but it's made no difference. We have structured feeding times and It's only ever down for 30 mins at a time too (the remaining 25 mins he generally ignores it). Adding water doesn't change it nor does heating it up slightly. If I wasn't sitting with him and hand feeding him I don't think he'd eat at all - he does eat when I hand feed though so its not a case of him not liking it - he doesn't seem to really love any of the food! When we train him, he's very responsive to praise but will sniff and lick a treat (we've tried several) and just doesn't seem to care for them - have tried a small bit of apple, or strawberry or carrot too and he barks at it for a while before licking it and generally ignoring it. He couldn't be less interested in a kong with treats either, although has enjoyed bigger chews and bones when we've given them to him. I'm worried he's having around half what the recommended amount seems to be. He'll merrily munch some compost, a rock or leaves in the garden if we let him. We're weighing him often and he is putting on weight, he's otherwise lively and toileting fine - am I just being neurotic?! Everyone else seems to have a dog who wolfs their food down and goes mad for a treat!