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Taking things off her and interrupting her eating, in my opinion, are more likely to cause resource guarding than prevent it. You are teaching her that things are taken away and she has to do a task to get them back. What might be preferable to do is build trust that you aren't going to take things from her.

Our dog loves balls. So he doesn't like other dogs going near him when he is playing with them. We manage this mostly by making sure he doesn't have a ball when near other dogs. If we are in the park and are playing with a ball, we avoid other dogs, or make sure that we are holding the ball when other dogs are near.
 
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