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    Why is my sweet little baby humping this shit out of whoever she can?

    Piper(1 year old bulldog) never humped before. She was spayed last month and now she is a humping fiend. Even the cat

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    Oh no! That is so strange, especially right after being spayed. Have there been any other changes that could cause her to want to assert dominance?
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    Oh no! That is so strange, especially right after being spayed. Have there been any other changes that could cause her to want to assert dominance?
    The only difference was how my other dog acted around her for like a week after. She didn't try to play with Piper and kinda avoided her but it went back to normal and now Piper just loves to hump. My poor cat tho. He can hold his own with the dogs but I am sure being humped by a dog isn't the best time for him
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    It's a dominance thing. My male and female have been fixed since they were 6 months old. They get along well, but every once in a while, my female would randomly start humping the male--and he'd just let her! . We would tell her to stop, and after a [long] while, she stopped doing it altogether. They're 6 now so maybe she just grew out of it




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    Quote Originally Posted by idratherbehiking View Post
    It's a dominance thing. My male and female have been fixed since they were 6 months old. They get along well, but every once in a while, my female would randomly start humping the male--and he'd just let her! . We would tell her to stop, and after a [long] while, she stopped doing it altogether. They're 6 now so maybe she just grew out of it
    I figured it was dominance, it's just so random. I hope she grows out of it! My Basset hound never tried to hump anything so it's a whole new world here she is at the point where she just lets piper go to town. I stop it of course.
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    Ugh, my mini doxie started doing it at around a year old. She was fixed at seven months. She is a little over two years old and doesn't do it anymore. But, our poor cat and huge lab had to endure her miniature humping sessions for a few months. It was so obnoxious.

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