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    Defaulthi

    it started to think my leg as its girlfriend..i hope anyone understand'i dont want to be say the word..
    it s just 3 months old..
    can anyone say it s reason ?
    or it just want me to play as i understand ?

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    DefaultRe: hi

    HUH? HUMPING???????

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    DefaultRe: hi

    It's probably a dominance thing. Make sure you don't allow it, ever. Stay consistant and it should stop.

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    DefaultRe: hi

    it?????? Hello...your dog is not an IT.
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    DefaultRe: hi

    Quote Originally Posted by Dani
    it?????? Hello...your dog is not an IT.
    I thought the same thing, then I thought maybe there was an english languag error ???

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    DefaultRe: hi

    When I first came in here I was like you. So embarrassed. It is common in femals and males. Even neutred ones.

    I stop the dog doing it.
    Ernie humps blankets ,cushions, his bed and duvets. I take them away from him.

    Kassa started with her blanket at about 7 months old. I told her to leave and gave her something else to play with.







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    Forgot to say welcome.

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    DefaultRe: hi

    Welcome. Where do you live?

    Your puppy is probably excited and wants to play. "Humping" can be sexual or dominant, but in puppies it is usually overexcitement. Put your puppy in a quiet place for a few minutes and ignore him. When he is calm, ask him to sit, or to lie down, and praise him and reward him. You should teach him that if he humps your leg, you will not play with him. But if he is calm and obedient, then you will reward him. It will take time. Be patient. Do not be frustrated or angry. Just be consistent.

    Good luck!

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