A while back I caught my mastiff Maya IN the coop eating the chickens food! Ok so between the squirrels and now the dog I have figured out why I am going through so much chicken food. So I yell at her and scare her sufficiently that I haven't caught her in there doing it again. Ok so TODAY I go out there and I leave one pen and go in the other and there she is, laying on the ground, with her head IN the nest-boxes eating eggs!!! I'm actually pretty ticked at her! No wonder my eggs count has dropped! This is a 2 year old English mastiff that eats roughly 10 cups of food a day and is still slim. We were told it's best to keep the weight off them while they are younger and their bones are developing. So now that she's a little older do you think we should start feeding her more? This is a dog that will eat carrots, apples, pineapples, hot peppers, broccoli, ANYTHING we put down in front of her. Actually she eats wood and trees and EVERYTHING else you can imagine. I'm kinda at my wits end with her eating/ chewing on EVERYTHING. She has had blood tests and been dewormed. Nothing's wrong. Do we just need to feed her more?