Dog Food Aggression Recognition  

Dog Food Aggression Recognition

Dogs express their disapproval of sharing food in their own ways. This brief list of hostility signals will help you determine if your dog is possessive during mealtime:

Standing Tall Over Food: They stiffen and stand over their bowl. Flat ears may snarl or display fangs. Their message is, “This is my food, back off!”

They appear to be racing to eat. They're presumably thinking, “I need to eat this before someone takes it.”

If someone approaches, they freeze. They may snarl, bare teeth, or snap.

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They look alert and scared. They snarl and act like they're defending something good when you get closer.

Loud Growling: They say, “Stay away!” If someone keeps coming, they may snap or be rude.

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