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Old 09-18-2017, 12:53 PM
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@Rain, yes, exactly. I generally eat on the sofa, too, and Mira usually has sofa privileges, but when I'm eating, she's supposed to lie down on her bed in front of the sofa. It's a work in progress because she prefers to lie on the floor directly in front of me and rest her head on my leg, but then she ends up drooling on me. Plus, I have no resistance to a drooling dog. I can resist puppy dog eyes or whining or staring or other forms of silent begging because those are all behaviors the dog is making a conscious decision to do, but drooling is involuntary, so it really triggers my guiltometer. If she's going to drool, it needs to be over on her bed where I can ignore it until I'm finished eating my food. If she inches forward or doesn't at least keep her elbows on her bed, she has to wait a bit for her share. If she's good, we'll play a quick round of leave it/take it and she gets her taste right away.
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"no amount of "training", no matter how punitive / aversive or even highly-rewarding, will 100% eliminate all eating when chance offers food."

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yes, i'm aware of dogs trained to ignore ALL food or food-like substances with zero cue...."


Huh ????? This thread is getting confusing.

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There is nothing to really worry about she might get some diarrhea for a few days not much else to worry about. It probably doesn't have anything to do with training. Most dogs will eat food off the floor it can be trained out of them but I don't think thats what happened. She saw the food and ate it like most dogs do. I would just watch her and your training is fine. My huskies don't eat human food they don't even want near it but my brother's lab will go after anything that falls on the floor :-)
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It might be due to the reason that the food look tasty to your dog. And this might be the reason why your dog could not control even though he was trained. There is no such need to go to the vet if he is alright. And if he is showing any reaction that is different like - vomiting, diarrhea, and so on... Then, you must be looking forward to look for the vet and get it checked up as soon as possible.
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