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Well I'm no proffessional but whenever any of my dogs mount the other one I tell them off. I don't really allow that. The weird thing is it is usually the female mounting. JMO
 

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debs said:
Well I'm no proffessional but whenever any of my dogs mount the other one I tell them off. I don't really allow that. The weird thing is it is usually the female mounting. JMO
I was kinda hoping after her spaying she would have stoped all this, she use to mount the cat, and I corrected her.
 

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Definitely tell her off or no when she mounts. Jazzy will do this every once in a while to Chopper. Although he doesn't seem to care, I always call her off.
 

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Ever since Jazzie came into our house, it has been nothing but a humpfest!! We really have to watch them all closely because they all take turns mounting each other. We always call them off when we see it happen. That kind of behavior can quickly escalate to violence if the "receiver" doesn't appreciate being mounted.
 

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:lol: humpfest... dunno what Roxy would do if the cat walked threw at the same time!

I'm correcting her now tho and Marlee turns rounds under her and bites her back leg, which makes Roxy drop to the floor...

Is this gonna be another thing I have to watch for. Whatever next :roll:


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I don't really sweat it. They're not puritans, it's just part of their behavior - dominance and play and such. Umm...my dogs are speutered.

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baylee has been good lately about not humping :D though i have noticed she really gets aggressively humpy when she's up to no good and i tell her "NO" .... so she'll sit for a sec and then grab my leg & hump away... i quickly say NO and put her into sit and down position....
 

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Haha, Scout is never the victim or instigator of mounting ever, with one exception... her "boyfriend," a bulldog named Deuce. We sit for Deuce all the time when his owner is on temporary duty, but poor Deuce always falls victim to Scout. He's a sturdy guy, but he's not to fast, and Scout just goes at him from all angles. It's pretty hard not to laugh, because she never does it to anyone else but poor ol' Deuce. It's never really been out of control, so we haven't worried about it. I'll be concerned when she turns to inanimate objects or humans...!
 

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maryellen said:
i would not allow the humping, its a sign of dominance, and with any breed it could turn into a nasty nasty fight.. it is not allowed in my house, i immediately call the dog off /take the dog off and it gets punished for doing it
Wow. I figure that it is a sign of dominance and my pack is free to figure out who is vice president, speaker of the house, and president pro-tem(as long as everybody recognizes I'm the prez). And I guess it depend on their temperaments because it has never lead to fighting in my house.

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