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    Thanks for the link Michael @Michael Colosimo I e-mailed Carissa, as I believe all pages were written by that name? for her feedback regarding English Bulldogs, aggressive behavior w/raw feeding and it being a breed or training issue…hoping my e-mail is answered, it would be nice to read what that person has to offer!! Thx again for the link xo
    Hi Laurie - Here's another good link to check out.
    Search | Dog Star Daily

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    I feed Bowser raw food and marrow bones and he has no aggression whatsoever towards me or my wife when we try and remove his food. My wife's niece's come over occasionally and he has no aggression towards them when he's feeding either if they go to pet him. I think each dog is different and it's not a breed specific thing.


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    Default Re: help with introducing raw marrow bone

    Quote Originally Posted by Steelstacks View Post
    I feed Bowser raw food and marrow bones and he has no aggression whatsoever towards me or my wife when we try and remove his food. My wife's niece's come over occasionally and he has no aggression towards them when he's feeding either if they go to pet him. I think each dog is different and it's not a breed specific thing.


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    Couldn't agree more, each dog is different!!

    That's great that you are not dealing w/resource guarding w/Bowser or any aggression!!

    My original question was how to deal w/this specific behavior, help, advice and suggestions geared toward my dog, my situation and the time of day to incorporate proper training technique(s).

    My specific situation is handling the delicate part of this training that involves possibly eliminating his fear of "losing possession".

    He is still "fighting for his place" in the pack at times and testing boundaries…typical of this age (and breed!)

    The "ideal" situation to introduce something that stimulates his need to guard and to sway his natural defenses is a delicate balance…one that surpasses my training, which is why I was asking for advice.

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    Laurie - Were you able to check out the link I sent you to Dog Star Daily - Resource Guarding. Lots of info there that might help.

    Michael

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    Default Re: help with introducing raw marrow bone

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Colosimo View Post
    Laurie - Were you able to check out the link I sent you to Dog Star Daily - Resource Guarding. Lots of info there that might help.

    Michael
    thanks!! I haven't gotten to all of them yet, but this one was great…
    Behavior Issues: The Role of Time and Trust | Dog Star Daily
    appreciate it Michael!!

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    Your welcome!!

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