Research published in Applied Animal Behavior Science journal about the effects of free-feeding - Lyle, J., Kapla, S., da Silva, S. P., & Maxwell, M. E. (2017). Persistence of food guarding across conditions of free and scheduled feeding in shelter dogs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 191, 49-58 - suggests otherwise and reports while dogs in free-feeding and scheduled feeding conditions decreased in their food-related aggression over time, there were no differences between groups when compared.#Behavior,TrainingandEnrichment
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