What Would You Do? Last night there was a small incident with Tynan and Lincoln. Tynan was playing with his toy. (99% of the time Tynan is playing with his toys Lincoln comes along and tries to take it.) So Tynan is chewing on his toy, Lincoln tries to take it and does not listen to Tynan's signals that he is not liking that. Tynan became upset at Lincoln and snapped at him. It wasn't anything like a full-blown fight but it was obvious that Tynan was not happy with his toy being taken out of his mouth. So I gave Tynan a time out in his crate and took the toy away from Lincoln. I don't want Tynan to snap at any dog over a toy, but on the other hand he was being pushed too far. This is the first time Tynan has gotten upset. How could I teach Lincoln to stop when given signals from other dogs? When he gets signals from the other dogs he rarely backs of. He pushes to hard sometimes and annoys the other dogs in the house. How do I teach Tynan not to get upset over a toy? (even though he was being pushed into it) I don't want him reacting negatively either.