Some dogs will eat anything you put in front of them but others aren't afraid to turn their noses up to the expensive dog food you just bought them.
If you've got a picky eater on your hands, try a few of these suggestions:
Grab the Chicken Broth
Chicken broth is a life saver for a lot of human dishes, but it's also great for pet food. One thing that I've found helps is if you pour some low sodium chicken broth on your dog's kibble. This will give the texture more of a wet vibe and the broth may add that little kick that makes your dog curious to take a bite.
Did you buy some new dog food but your dog just isn't having it? Try mixing it with his/her old food. This will trick them into eating the new food by covering it up with the old food. This is a effective way to transition your dog to a new diet.
Cut Down on the Table Scraps Mix Foods
If your dog knows your food tastes way better than theirs then they won't be afraid to go on a minor hunger strike. Cut down on the table scraps and your dog should naturally start resorting to eating their own food again.