Preventing or curing food possession in your dog!

March 4, 2010

Let the training begin! Here is the first step of preventing or curing food possession in any dog, any age!

Follow the steps on the clip and repeat every day for  2 weeks, if your dog is already food possessive you may need to continue for a month, it will work, if you have any questions or comments please post them?

Dry food is ideal for this process, wet food can be used, but if you have a food possessive dog please consider changing to a good quality dry food. Contact me if you want more guidance.

Please show tell all the dog owners you know about this simple method of preventing food possession, it will save lives and injury to people!

More information coming on upcoming posts, watch this space!


7 Responses to “Preventing or curing food possession in your dog!”

  1. dave Says:

    Interesting video. Some good information.

  2. Jan Says:

    An interesting concept. I was, perhaps mistakenly, always told that you should be able to take a dog’s food away from him as an indication of his/her nature. I have witnessed bad food possession agression and prevention is better than cure.

  3. Avril Munson Says:

    thank you Jan, there are a lot more people out there thinking the same thing, it is great news to hear this post has already changed one persons mind:) Please tell every dog owner you know so we can save them heartbreak and potentially their dogs lives!

  4. As usual Avril you have come up with a simply remarkable way of approaching this problem. It makes so much sense and isn’t it easier than trying to take a food away from a dog – especially one that already has food possession aggression. I met about 10 dog walkers today on one or other of my walks and couldn’t resist telling them – they were all astounded and completely won over by the concept. I start a course of dog obedience classes this week so that will be 6 more people I’ll tell !

    Thank you

    • Avril Munson Says:

      Thank you linda glad you like it! It would be great if you could give them the blog site address too please? The more subscribers I get the better ranking I get! And I do think seeing the training is really helpful too, do you? 🙂

  5. Sue Harris Says:

    Hi Avril, dont know if you remember me. Had Roxy,a Staffie at your classes in Writtle 14 years ago and just got new puppy Staffie 5 months old. Same as Jan tried taking food away then found she was gettig a bit tense when i was near her bowl and gobbling it as quick as she could, tried your way and getting much better, makes sense you wouldnt want anyone taking your food while you were eating!

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