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The blue collar pup (which I'm guessing is the female). If you watch close, as she eats she's pushing her head around the bowl to try to push the others out. At about 53 seconds into the video she displays some body posturing while eating (that's when the pup on the left of the screen backs away from the bowl to swallow).

Food aggression isn't genetic - it's man-made. It's caused by people like this (I won't call him a breeder).

The thing about testing puppy temperament is that you CANNOT do it on the property where the pup was raised nor around the other pups. A pup that acts submissive in their home environment can blossom when removed from the pack.

Here's info on the Volhard Puppy Aptitude Test. Note at the bottom the Rules for testing:
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