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My 7month old golden doodle has had instances of guarding in the past and we’ve made significant progress. He only guards items he’s stolen or high value chews. I think he’s made good progress as he used to try to bite the hand but he gives warning growls now instead. It seems like he only guards when he gets fixated. I always trade him a treat for a chew when I take it away.
So I’ve read through some previous posts about guarding and it seems like the guideline is to convince your dog that you being near his chew is a good thing and to reinforce with treats.
I’m a little unsure what you’re supposed to do once the training session is over. I don’t want to leave him with the chew. Do I trade for chew and take it when he’s distracted? How do I put the chew away without him thinking I’m stealing it?
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