When I watched the video, I had a different idea of what's going on. When you're saying, "Can I have it?" it sounds like you're laughing and you've made a game out of this.
my first impression as well but gave the poster the benefit of the doubt.
you could always exploit this and enter him in an object guarding competition :laugh:
anyways i disagree with NILIF because taking his toy away and locking him in his crate makes him associate you + crate as negative. he doesnt really wanna give up his toy. he just does it because he doesnt wanna get locked up. also when hes crazy like that, i'd like to see any of you try to get him into his crate. i wanted a dog that when i took something from them, they WANT to give it up. not because they have to. if im at a bbq and a friend unknowingly threw him a cooked rib bone and i went to take it away and he growls because its super duper high value treat then what? stand there and threaten to crate him? pop his prong until he lets go?