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Old 07-23-2016, 04:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Exclamation Bentley won't stop humping, HELP

My pitbull Bentley is 2.5 years old and not neutered. A few days ago he started trying to mount my other dog a female mutt who is spayed. She snaps at him when he tries to mount her and he backs off quick. He won't leave her side and is constantly jumping the air and whining all the time. He hasn't shown any aggression but it's endless!!
I know male dogs don't go into heat BUT with that said he seems to be experiencing some chemical change or rush of testosterone and I don't know what to do.
His penis never comes out of the sheath when he is humping the air or trying to mount her. His testicals are small but appear to be normal.
Any advice for me? Anyone know what is going on with him? Yes I know he needs to see. Vet and get snipped finally but I'm trying to figure out what is going on with him now
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How much exercise is he getting? It could just be pent up energy.
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Old 07-24-2016, 01:27 AM   #3 (permalink)
 

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Simple......

Neuter him.
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I said that I am aware he needs to be neutered but still I get a reply lost that says..... Nueter him..... Really not much of a help with the situation I am dealing with.
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I said that I am aware he needs to be neutered but still I get a reply lost that says..... Nueter him..... Really not much of a help with the situation I am dealing with.
You didn't answer my question. How much exercise is he getting?

And I actually don't think you need to neuter him. It's entirely up to you whether you keep your dog intact. As long as you can responsibly manage him then I personally don't feel all dogs need to be fixed. Humping is a behavioural issue that can occur in both intact and fixed dogs; I've actually seen it a lot more from fixed dogs myself. My intact male never once tried to hump anything.
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I agree, could be unused energy... take him to the park, walk him while playing the popular game.
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