If you have a dog who is guarding food or other items, don’t despair. Use our tips for eliminating food aggression in dogs.
Written by Janet Velenovsky, Petcha.com
Imagine you have a pint of your favorite ice cream. You don’t splurge on it often, and you are really in the mood to savor every bite. You’ve settled on the couch, spoon in hand, and are slurping up the creamy goodness when your spouse/roommate/sibling appears in the room. This person steps closer and closer to you, focused on the cup of goodness in your hands.
Now, you’d be OK if he/she sat down across from you, but he/she keeps coming closer.