Animals do have relationships whether they are domesticated or not. Let’s use my domesticated dog as an example. He’s accepted my roomates and I as “part of the pack” and as such he don’t care what I do with his food.
My thought is about you, the troll?, and why you are asking about something like this. If you think it’s normal for a person’s dog to bite or growl at people when they eat, you’ve been around the wrong kind of people/dogs. In normal families and other relationships we share food off of our plate and don’t stab our friend in the eye when he reaches for a french fry.
Oh, and then I see your moniker. Don’t think he is weak for accepting you as a “family member” by not attacking you. It’s the human mistreating the animal that makes them overprotective about their food. BE A MAN!!! BE A TOUGH GUY! BITE ME!!! Ummm no.