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Old 12-19-2012, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I previously posted that my 23 week old female Luna was humping my 2 year old male, but now it's out of control as she's humping my 8 year old DAUGHTER. She seeks her out only and it's a serious hump! I know the advice I received before, but my two boys never did this and Luna being our first female I'm really concerned that she's now mounting her human BFF.
SN: My daughter & my Luna are BFF, just like Luna & Judah are BFF. She also doesn't hump my 7 year old male as he's the dominant male.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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lol One of my 15 year old dogs does that! I really have to watch her with my son!

What I would do is put her on leash, like a long leash 15-20 feet. Anytime she starts to hump say NO and correct her. Correct her with a big pop on the leash. This sounds like dominance and a pup who is feels like being in charge. That means she does not think you are in charge! My 15 year old is an ass, trust me you do not want this problem when she's that age! She is good 99% of the time but if she starts playing with him she'll hump in. so she is not allowed to play with him.

Making sure you correct this now is the best thing you can do before it goes any further.
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Oh and I'm sorry to say this but she looks really overweight!! How much you feeding her?
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Oh and I'm sorry to say this but she looks really overweight!! How much you feeding her?
Off topic, but I felt she was "growing" as opposed to gaining too fast and even asked my vet and the forum yet everyone says she's fine. Maybe I need to exercise her more, but thanks for noticing any advice on that would be greatly appreciated.

On topic: Luna is such a goooooood pup, this crazy humping just started and I'm so unprepared for this behavior.


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Old 12-20-2012, 12:51 AM   #5 (permalink)
 
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A lot of yelling got my dog to stop humping me.... She only did that a few times.
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A lot of yelling got my dog to stop humping me.... She only did that a few times.
I have to admit my daughter laughs at her instead of correcting her. They both think they are playing a "game".


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Luna considers herself the dominate in your daughters life. She needs to correct her. Have her work with Luna on commands and proper manners.
Off topic: How big is she? My boy weighs in at 80lbs (20lbs more then I want). He gained it after luxating patella surgery and no work outs for almost a year. Cut back on food intake, get a good quality food. Limit treats other then some raw veggies. Extra walks, ball throwing, build a simple obstacle course if possible and have your daughter work her. Get a dog backpack, I place cans of soup in it, just make sure it's a balanced weight and walk her with it. These are some of the things I am doing. Don't follow the amount of food on the bag. My 3y/o gets 1 1/2c 2x/day with raw veggies no fru fru treats. I give raw frozen veggies as a treat when working on commands.
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Maybe it was the picture that made her look big or the way she is laying, either way remember there is no such thing as puppy fat and most vets would never tell you a dog is overwieght. I use to be a vet tech and the vets really never (unless it was severely obese) say a dog is overweight. Why you ask..... because most of the time the owners were overweight too and they would get offended like the vets were making comments about the owner. So most vets I know will not tell someone they have overweight pets, they don't want to offend anyone I know off topic.... lol
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Old 12-20-2012, 04:26 AM   #9 (permalink)
 
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Maybe it was the picture that made her look big or the way she is laying, either way remember there is no such thing as puppy fat and most vets would never tell you a dog is overwieght. I use to be a vet tech and the vets really never (unless it was severely obese) say a dog is overweight. Why you ask..... because most of the time the owners were overweight too and they would get offended like the vets were making comments about the owner. So most vets I know will not tell someone they have overweight pets, they don't want to offend anyone I know off topic.... lol
This is me in the blue dress...I hope & pray my vet wasn't try to spare an insult about weight. But I did my pup 3 times a day, since reduced it to twice a day of about 1-1/2 to 2 cups per mea (alternating between white rice, kibble, boiled chicken quarters and carrots, oh and I don't use treats).

As far as dominance or aggression she's soooooo über sweet. Could she just be horny (no pun intended, just curious, yet serious).

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Old 12-20-2012, 04:29 AM   #10 (permalink)
 
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That's a lot of food for a puppy.... do you have other pictures?
Back on topic she can be sweet and still try and assert dominance, dominance does not mean aggressive. I suggest doing what I said earlier by correcting the behavior and it should go away. BTW you look fine just saying most vets steer clear of the weight convo lol
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Luna considers herself the dominate in your daughters life. She needs to correct her. Have her work with Luna on commands and proper manners.
Off topic: How big is she? My boy weighs in at 80lbs (20lbs more then I want). He gained it after luxating patella surgery and no work outs for almost a year. Cut back on food intake, get a good quality food. Limit treats other then some raw veggies. Extra walks, ball throwing, build a simple obstacle course if possible and have your daughter work her. Get a dog backpack, I place cans of soup in it, just make sure it's a balanced weight and walk her with it. These are some of the things I am doing. Don't follow the amount of food on the bag. My 3y/o gets 1 1/2c 2x/day with raw veggies no fru fru treats. I give raw frozen veggies as a treat when working on commands.
Luna now weights 57lbs, just praying she doesn't hit 60 before her 6 month birthday...she doesn't eat treats as I chose to use positive reinforcement and love instead. But walking her more could be the issue. I could hire a dog walker for $15 per hour when I'm not home or available, just seems like it'll cost me more argument wise (with my hubby) than actual purse. Any other suggestions?


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That's a lot of food for a puppy.... do you have other pictures?
Back on topic she can be sweet and still try and assert dominance, dominance does not mean aggressive. I suggest doing what I said earlier by correcting the behavior and it should go away. BTW you look fine just saying most vets steer clear of the weight convo lol
This is her right now as my daughter dangles a veggie chip at her nose. And I will take your advice and correct, correct, correct. Any suggestions on words to use for correction besides, "no"?

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Old 12-20-2012, 04:46 AM   #13 (permalink)
 
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She's a little chunky but not bad for a pet at all. The other picture made her look bigger. If you don't want to say no I also use AAAHHHTTT or something like that! My dogs know that means you're in trouble! lol
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Old 12-20-2012, 04:54 AM   #14 (permalink)
 
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She's a little chunky but not bad for a pet at all. The other picture made her look bigger. If you don't want to say no I also use AAAHHHTTT or something like that! My dogs know that means you're in trouble! lol
LOL!!! Thanks, thanks a lot.


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Humping is not always about dominance either. Dogs hump for a vast variety of reasons, some sexual, some excitement based, some as parts of ritualized play. It's best to just correct it matter of factly, eh, eh, and redirect to more appropriate play/interaction
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