I have 3 chi's... two females (Bindi & Gena) which are sisters and turned 1 on Jan 1st and a male (Jackson -not related to the girls) which is about 7 months old. I was feeding the girls together and didn't have any problems. I've noticed Jackson willl dominate the food bowl(s) and doesn't allow the girls to eat until he has cleared the area so I now feed them seperately to ensure they all get enough to eat. The other day I noticed Jackson growling, snapping and showing his teeth to one of the girls. I had my smallest girl (Gena) in my laundry room seperated by a baby gate so she could eat by herself. Bindi & Jackson came to the gate to see what was going on and the Jackson started being agressive towards Bindi that was outside the gate with him. Now, Jacksonwas fixed about 7 weeks ago and I thought this would help but he seems to be worse since he was fixed. He doesn't have any agression with people but has a completely different personality than my girls. When people arrive at my home any one of the dogs may bark a couple of times at the knock on the door or the sound of the door opening but are happy to see someone coming in to visit. Gena will ask for pets and love, Bindi will lick you to death. Jackson keeps his distance until he gets used to someone new in our home. The short of it is.... Jackson doesn't seem to be agressive with people but is getting more agressive with food. Other than feeding them seperately is there anything else I can do to curb this behavior? Even when I'm handing out treats Jackson is real agressive when taking the treat from my hand and he acts like he won't get a treat unless he takes if from me. Any ideas?