Cesar Milan and Jim Crosby are like night and day. That is a good read, but it still doesn't convince me that positive methods will work in 100% of the time. Neither does the video link, because my concerns there are that for one thing, the dog has urinated while guarding, which I've never seen before, and this makes me think that this dog has alot more going on. Also, I've used the 'add more food' technique with a guarder before, and all that happened was that she anticipated more food, and gave me 3 seconds to move my hand. If I didn't do this, she stiffened right up. Likely would have bitten me, but I didn't need to make a point for a tv show, lol.