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Leeann.Bella.Remy said:
I've been handfeeding Norris his evening meals. It's a nice bonding experience, I think. I give him a few pieces of kibble every time he makes eye contact with me, and he's getting to the point where he won't even take his eyes off of me to chew his food. I think this little guy is going to do really well in obedience training. He is incredibly food motivated!
I sometimes feed Sassy her evening kibble by hand too, not necessarily all of it. Mainly for bonding. I think I could feed her sand from my hand, LOL.
 

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I feed Sassy her first meal around 7 AM just before leaving for work. It's a little less than 1/2 of her daily food. I can't wait around so if she woofs it down or nibbles till noon I wouldn't know. When I get home around 5, her bowl is empty and that's her second meal time. This meal she woofs down.

Here's another opinion, well explained: http://www.lucythewonderdog.com/free-feeding.htm
 
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