Animals Pets When Labrador Puppies Are Involved, Feeding Time Is a Free-For-All By Noel Kirkpatrick Writer Georgia State University Young Harris College Noel Kirkpatrick is an editor and writer based in Tacoma, Washington. He covers many topics including science and the environment. our editorial process Noel Kirkpatrick Updated July 26, 2019 Share Twitter Pinterest Email Animals Wildlife Pets Animal Rights Endangered Species When you order something at a restaurant, it's not uncommon to feel a pang of buyer's remorse upon seeing your dining companion's plate. You may jokingly offer to trade — or you could just reach over the table and start eating off their plate. But only a super-cute Labrador puppy and can get away with that kind of behavior. (Luckily, these puppies are very, very cute.) They all start at their respective bowls, but things slowly descend into chaos. One Lab starts the whole "sharing is caring" chain reaction by trying to sneak a bite from its neighbor. That doesn't go very far, however, as things escalate rather quickly. It pretty much becomes a feeding frenzy after that. No bowl is safe as the little dogs invade one another's dining space and check for scraps at abandoned bowls. Sharing may be caring, but if no one gives permission, is it really sharing?