I wish she were thinking she was guarding. Unfortunately it's mainly whenever they shuffle and root too close to the fence, then she goes crazy on them, biting, barking, and snarling through the panel, sometimes making contact and ripping at their ears...then when they get back she puts her face or foot in and pulls out whatever they were snuffling and eats it-poo, rocks, mud. She's become very food aggressive as she's gotten older to the point she will try to go from pushy to escalate towards going crazy on me if I don't stop trimming completely and really enforce things while I'm trimming hooves even if she's on the other side of a fence (see, I'm not completely dense, never get in the way of a big dog with a one track food mind). This last time I've decided it will be better to just put her away out of sight and earshot when I trim. I'm probably going to have to lock her up when I feed and when all the goats are scarfing right after the hay feeders being topped off with new hay too. The other day she tried to prevent the goats from eating hay and she will 100% eat things she's not supposed to eat like oodles of alfalfa pellets and beet pulp pellets until she gets the runs just so she can prevent the goats from getting any. I'm not sure mouthfuls of hay will go through okay. If she keeps up I'd think it could cause an impaction/gut obstruction, or bloat.Not all LGDs will guard or tolerate hogs. Many consider hogs as predators. Which in the southern states is what hogs are.