Well I tried it with food this morning with my foot/shoe because I was too afraid of loosing an arm lol. She didnt mind at all,like her normal self but did growl at the cat which is understandable. Then when I got home a little bit ago,I gave her a new bone,real bone so even better and I used my hand,she didnt even care,just wanted her bone back!
I am pretty sure it was the foster,plus she was in her crate when she growled and shes very protective over her crate .
Bailey-will be 3 Oct.
Sasha-just turned 3
Usually have at least a foster a month,its so rewarding to see a dog that always stayed in the back of the kennel turn in to a playful puppy :)