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Old 01-09-2017, 11:49 AM
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Maybe while you are cooking or something find a nice chew to occupy him with. I wouldn't suggest rawhides as many of us have heard horror stories. I my dogs like bully sticks and they last quite a while. Also when you do give him some thing of high prize be sure to go in there and take it away and if he lets your take it without growling then give it back. Its good to do it while they are young so incase you have kids or for some reason you need to pick it up, you won't have any issues.

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If you do that you need to do it properly, simply going in and taking it is likely to set he dog up to begin resource guarding since he's likely to see it as your stealing what he has. Teach him Drop It, and play trading games with him. If he lets you have what he has then he gets an even better treat and he gets the item back, it's a win win for him.
https://positively.com/dog-behavior/...ke-it-drop-it/
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Old 01-09-2017, 02:00 PM
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If you do that you need to do it properly, simply going in and taking it is likely to set he dog up to begin resource guarding since he's likely to see it as your stealing what he has. Teach him Drop It, and play trading games with him. If he lets you have what he has then he gets an even better treat and he gets the item back, it's a win win for him.
https://positively.com/dog-behavior/...ke-it-drop-it/
Yes i agree, sorry i shouldve added a link for further instructions on how to do it properly. Yes you are right resource guarding could occur as well. Thank you for add that in.
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