How to identify and prevent resource guarding in dogs.


Does your Dog have Resource Guarding?

It is important to first identify whether your dog or Mini labradoodle is conserving resources in order to determine if you need to stop the bad behavior or prevent it from happening in the future. Research shows that most dogs show resource protection tendencies because it is one of their natural instincts. It can be useful for wild wolves or wild dogs on the streets, but it is dangerous for domestic dogs and makes it extremely difficult to live with your dear friend.

Dogs can protect their toys, food, meals, or even indoors. They can protect their animals from siblings or friends, human parents, or guests in the home. If you see your dog growling, barking, barking, barking, or behaving strangely about your possessions, there is a good chance that you the Labra doedel are demonstrating the protection of resources. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.

What is Resource Guarding?

Resource conservation is when your dog finds objects, places, or even people and animals that he needs to protect. The most common way dogs show that they are protecting resources is by tightening, falling, licking, or even biting their body. This behavior is not ideal for pet dogs as they can harm their owners or other pets in the house.

Some dogs will never show this behavior, while others will show immediate signs as puppies. It is important to determine if your dog is displaying this behavior so that you can prevent it from getting worse. Resource conservation can be found in any breed of dog, it is not limited to certain breeds.


Franse bulldog are known to protect their animals against other domestic animals. If another dog, cat or animal lives in your home, it is important to determine if your dog is protecting resources so that none of them are harmed.

If your dog is showing resource protection against another animal in your home, you need to take the following steps immediately to prevent it. In the worst case scenario, dogs will fight for resources and this can lead to serious injury or even death.

Protecting Human Resources

Dogs have extra resources to protect their humans. This is dangerous because they can harm you or anyone in your household.

Common situations where dogs will protect their owners with their food, toys, and a very common place for protection is their bed, kennel or resting place. Dogs will also show barking, barking, stiffness and possibly biting. As with any kind of resource protection, you need to move beyond behavior.