Wrigley is obsessed with food. In the past couple of weeks we have worked on his sit/stay and then put the bowl of food down and he cannot have the food until I say "OK". He does really well at this. Once he got pretty good at doing this I then came up with the idea that I would tell him "sit" while he was eating to get him to stop eating and sit once again. (he wolfs his food down so fast sometimes he makes gurgle noises or gets hiccups afterwards and I thought this would help)...he has been doing good at this too. On to the problem... Now after I say "OK" he will either stare at me or eat a bite or two and then lay back down and stare at the food. He will not eat unless I keep saying "OK" "OK" over and over...Also when eating his tail is down and he looks scared (I never used any physical correction or even any yelling correction while teaching him this)...It's so bad that I will say OK--leave the room--he will eat one bite and then lay in front of the food forever.. Yesterday he layed in the kitchen staring at the food for 10 minutes even though I said "OK" and then I called him by name into the living room--he came looked at me and then decided it must be ok to eat and high tailed it into the kitchen to finish his food... Did I do something wrong here? How might I fix this?