I was wondering if anyone else has a corgi that is food aggressive and if so, what do you do? When I first got Jakoby, he was showing signs of food aggression but he wasn't actually biting anyone. He would just scarf his food down REALLY fast if he thought we were going to take it...or if we would get close to him while he was eating he would pause...but still keep his mouth in the food bowl and he would just look up at me and kind of growl...as if to say BACK OFF! But recently he ate all of his food, and then wen't to eat my other dog yoshi's food as well. I went to go take it from him and he snapped at me and started to growl and show his teeth. So I called my husband and asked him to take the food and when he did Jakoby bit his hand to the point that it was bleeding. Its so bizzare to me because he shows no other signs of aggression except for when he is eating his food. I don't know what to do. My only solution to the problem is to put him in his crate while he eats and let him out when he is done and I just leave him alone. But here is my concern, I hear of dogs getting put down for that same reason ALL THE TIME. I have friends with kids who like to come over and play with him and yoshi and I don't want him to hurt one of the kids. I know that corgi's naturally are snippy dogs and like to nip at people's feet and nip when they play but this is full on BITING! Like attack mode type of biting! and in a few years my husband and I want to have kids of our own and we want them to be safe. For now putting him in the cage when he eats is working for us. We don't bother him, and he just eats and carries on about his day and we have no problems. But kids don't know any better. So My question is what can I do to break him of this? if anything?