When Courage was about 3 months old she stuck her nose close to whatever I was eating. I showed her my teeth and growled at her. The look on her face was priceless! LOL We about died laughing. Now whenever I'm eating and I notice her out of the corner of my eye, all I have to do is pause and look at her and she leaves right away. I have to hold back if I feel like laughing about it because if I crack up she automatically thinks I am playing. I can leave any food alone and neither one of my dogs will even think about it. My wife and kids are a different story. They are all pushovers.
"We act as though there are different types because we can't really admit that what we like doesn't adhere to the breed ideal." - Bahamutt99