Food aggression in dogs is normal. You have to train them to not be, and no stranger should try to take. Heck you shouldn't unless it is something dangerous. Do you have any idea where the guy got the dog from? Perhaps its breeder might help you with training. Do you know if perhaps the exgirlfriend wanted the dog and he took it for spite?
alkite last edited by
Hi guys! Long time, no read.
Life here has been busy, busy. The dogs are getting a new patio and a big shiny (ok, it's wood so not so shiny) new privacy fence so they can run, run run. My DH and I are about to drop, drop, drop. :p We do all these "little projects" on our own.
So, to my question. I picked up a couple of treats for the furkids the other day, they are cow bones (about 2.5" long ish) filled with chicken flavored goo. I checked the goo ingredients and it doesn't seem too dangerous (but who knows these days, right?) and the bone is a real sanitized bone, but I was wondering if they would pose any physical dangers like rawhide does.
Thanks for your input!
tanza last edited by
Sanitized bone should be fine… however like you said, these days I would not trust the "goo"... .... especially now that they have found that for many of the foods that "claimed" they didn't have rice, wheat, corn as the protein source, they really did.... or on the package it was listed as "protein source" that turned to be one of the above glutens...