This is a discussion on How to train an effective dog (SERIES) within the DIY forums, part of the General Discussion category; Military dogs don't have food aggression issues because they don't eat together. They have their own kennel runs...so no issues feeding at all. My personal ...
Military dogs don't have food aggression issues because they don't eat together. They have their own kennel runs...so no issues feeding at all. My personal dogs eat together every day. My little one can be testy at times, but with just a verbal correction, she changes her tune pretty quick. We also slowly feed them closer and closer. The little one can now eat within about 2 feet of Dade, and she okay. The only time we separate them more is if we're spoiling with steak or other goodies. Dade (my big Mal) has a tendency to look for scraps and will venture too close causing the little one to become aggressive. We anticipate this and keep them spread out a bit and watch them finish their meals. It's an art man...just stay consistent. Consistency is the root of all training.
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