Tonight I added baby food to the puppy's kibble to get her to eat it. Had dewormer powder on it which appeared to make her not want to eat it, that's why I added baby food (chicken & gravy). She started growling as soon as she dived into the food bowl and went after the Chihuahua when Chocolate came near while she was eating. Not typical behaviour for her at this point though when she first came home she did this a couple meals (I've been handfeeding her and petting her and having daughter pet during at least one of her meals a day since bringing her home). Baby food apparently is a high prize for her. I took the food from her immediately. Got the Chihuahua and held her in my lap with the food bowl next to her while handfed Kessel. Kessel went for her a couple more times (I prevented her from getting Chocolate of course), made her sit, and went back to handfeeding her one piece at a time before letting her put her head back in the bowl. By the time the food was gone, she was ignoring the Chi. Did I do the right thing? I WOULD NOT have done this with an older puppy or dog where there was risk of harm to the Chihuahua. Kessel is only 11 weeks old so controlling her and the Chi was easy enough. Would have been easier without the one year old constantly having to also be pushed back. On hindsight I should have put the one year old in her playpen while dealing with the dogs. So, did I approach this correctly (except for having not put the one year old child in a safe place while I dealt with the dogs)? What would be a better way as poor Chocolate was not happy in the least?