Hey everybody, I know this is odd and not goat related but I need some suggestions and I trust y’all so much!! I have the most difficult dog... no, not in behavior, he’s the sweetest thing in the world, but he is extremely sensitive to things in his diet. So here’s my problem... He’s 11 years old, he’s a Belgian Tervuren (for those of you who don’t know, think German Shepherd). He used to be quite overweight, on regular kibble, but a few years ago I switched him off of it because he had so many digestive issues. He’s now on freeze-dried raw food, and he does amazing. He started to become leaner, was no longer obese, and his body was perfect. His shepherd hip problems pretty much went away and his digestion was better than I’ve ever seen. He’s been on this for a while now, and he gets a fairly large serving of it. He’s begun to drop some weight, which is to be expected for an 11 year old - though otherwise he is very healthy and in good spirits!! I cannot keep increasing the food he is getting because it is incredibly expensive, and I don’t want to overdo it either, I’d rather add something to it. I tried to find a good vegetable mixer (dehydrated etc.) and tried one from honest kitchen but he became constipated... darn!! My dog cannot eat grains, he cannot eat kibbles, his food must be soft due to teeth problems, can’t have eggs, can’t have dairy, can’t even have most raw meat, like fresh ground beef - that’s too much for his stomach to handle. Can’t have chicken. Haven’t tried boiling meat though, that could be a possibility. He may sound like an absolute wimp of a dog, LOL, but I promise his allergies and issues are quite real, I’m not babying him!! He will vomit repeatedly if he eats most of the foods I’ve listed. So, I’m asking y’all if anyone knows of ways to get weight on a dog, that somehow, maybe, fits the criteria he needs!! Thanks everybody!!