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PostSubject: resource guarding vomit?   resource guarding vomit? EmptyTue Mar 24, 2020 12:36 pm

sorry if this isn't the right place, feel free to move if needed. I have a husky that's about a year and a half. when I first got her she snipped at me once due to bones, got her off doing that. Shes not did anything like that in over a year but this morning snipped at me when I cleaned up her vomit. Is this natural behavior or something I should take more serious and go see a dog specialist about. I don't think she was planning on biting me , just snipping. she has very good mouth control, if she wanted to bite my hand, she could of. she didn't even touch it, just snapped at it
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PostSubject: Re: resource guarding vomit?   resource guarding vomit? EmptyTue Mar 24, 2020 1:39 pm

I had to go look this up once before. First, take a look at a couple of links and then you can decide "why?" and is it normal.

The first is from Banfield who are a pet hospital / vet. So it's a little cut and dried.
The second from Puppyleaks has been copied (or it copied?) from around the web. It's a more readable answer.
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PostSubject: Re: resource guarding vomit?   resource guarding vomit? EmptyTue Mar 24, 2020 1:49 pm

thank you, will take a look at both
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PostSubject: Re: resource guarding vomit?   resource guarding vomit? EmptyTue Mar 24, 2020 1:54 pm

@aljones wrote:
I had to go look this up once before.  First, take a look at a couple of links and then you can decide "why?" and is it normal.

The first is from Banfield who are a pet hospital / vet.  So it's a little cut and dried.
The second from Puppyleaks has been copied (or it copied?) from around the web.  It's a more readable answer.

Thanks for the articles but those are geared more towards why shes eating vomit and my question is more geared to her aggressive response to me cleaning it up and snipping at me. that's what I mean by is that common.
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PostSubject: Re: resource guarding vomit?   resource guarding vomit? EmptyTue Mar 24, 2020 3:47 pm

Yes, it's quite common. Dogs, especially those who haven't been actively trained by their owners to "share" will often try to protect what they see as food.

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