Q. She is eating her food but she looks thin. She also does not have much of a stool.It is also hard
A. Feed a high quality food. Stay away from discount or store brands. These types of diets typically contain low quality ingredients and more fillers. If she finishes each meal and still acts hungry, increase the amount at each feeding time until you find an amount that keeps her satisfied and gaining weight. See your vet for an exam and a GI work up to rule out intestinal parasites, metabolic disorders or malabsorption issues if she fails to gain weight.