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    Hello everyone,

    Jonesy is 2 yrs old and still humps my leg at least once a day. She is spayed and has been for a year. Is she showing me she thinks she s dominant over me? is this normal? How do i get her to stop? Any advise? Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Jonesy still humps my leg?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnS View Post
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    I think this means......................... give him a quick knee jerk when he does this. and turn your back to him
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    My Molly does this every evening after dinner when it's playtime. For her it is because she is excited, not because she is dominating me.


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    Default Re: Jonesy still humps my leg?

    They're right. Don't make a big production out of it; just disagree with the behavior (with as little sound as possible; use energy/body language) and take note of when this regularly happens so you can modify whatever excitement is "inspiring" her. LOL

    Bea has humped me exactly twice and I know it's 100% her trying to deal with over-excitement. I know this simply because she does not get over-excited hardly EVER. Mr. Bo on the other hand...........he could be "Mr. Humpy" left unchecked.....LOL Remember too that your pup is two years old. That's "teenager" years. I would expect some kookoo behaviors at this time. More walks (leadership) and more exercise will help too.

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