Living in a multiple species household (one dog, one cat), you realize pretty quickly that dogs and cats are quite different in the appetite department. A cat will let you know if they have issues with what you serve them for dinner. They care about the presentation; type of bowl and how many morsels are contained within for maximum eating pleasure. Some don’t like to dine alone and require an escort for a 3:00 a.m. snack. Don’t be surprised if your cat turns up her nose and walks away from the food you have fed her for last ten years. That’s their way of letting us know it’s time for a change in the menu. However, with a large-breed dog, it’s quite different.