Also, we crate Butters and we give her a frozen puppy Kong™ with peanut butter when she goes in the crate. So Sidney didn't feel left out, we put a small smear of honey inside a frozen Kong™ for him as well. There isn't anything really to eat - just taste. Some dogs can't even do this with MegaE, we are lucky it works with Sidney.
MORNING MEDICINE: 5mg Bethanechol and about 5 Knox Blox - sit time is 10 minutes.
We feed Butters in the morning while Sidney is in his Bailey Chair for his morning 5mg Bethanechol medicine and Knox Blox. Butters eats REALLY fast, so Sidney will have no chance to eat leftovers!
MORNING FEEDING: 1 cup of Eukanuba Large Breed Dog Food soaked in 2 cups of water and blended with 5 Knox Blox- sit time 30 minutes.
Then - we feed Sidney his blended food 30 minutes after that and then he sits in his Bailey Chair for another 30 minutes. Butters usually waits for Sidney to get done and lays by him.
LUNCH FEEDING: Sidney gets about 10 Knox Blox - equivalent to about 1 cup of water - sit time 10 minutes.
At lunch, Sidney gets in his chair for Knox Blox and Butters gets her water refilled. Sidney sits in his Bailey Chair for about 10 minutes.
We changed our routine for Prilosec OTC - we give it to him separate from his food now. We used to put it in his evening meal, but he was still kind of drooly and seemed uncomfortable - so we changed and give it to him when we give him his evening Bethanechol. It seems to have worked. We feed Butters her second cup of food while Sidney is in his Bailey Chair, same as the morning medicine routine.
EVENING FEEDING: 1 cup of Eukanuba Large Breed Dog Food soaked in 2 cups of water and blended with 5 Knox Blox - sit time 30 minutes.
Sidney gets his last meal of the day 30 minutes after the Prilosec OTC and the Bethanechol. Butters is done eating already. She only eats 2 cups a day just like Sidney does now.
This is our schedule - fairly routine and seems quite effective for us. Both dogs are doing well - so we will keep at it like this unless something needs to change! Both dogs are at a great weight and look healthy to me!