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Reasons For Female Dog Humping

by Albert John January 24, 2018

Reasons For Female Dog Humping

Have you ever seen a female dog humping? Have you ever wonder why they do that? Well, a lot of individuals ask that. It is quite mysterious since we all know that only males hump. Well, this questions isn’t a dirty or a lascivious one, since the reasons are varied for female dog humping. Therefore, why do they hump? Well, first and foremost, humping is very common and perfectly natural activity in both female and male dogs.

Sex

It might sound strange, but female dogs hump. It has been observed that puppies (ages six weeks old or older) engage in mounting or humping activities. Humping activities appear to primarily relate to playful sexual education, until they reach the sexual maturity age. Humping, as a sexual activity, could be mitigated via a mixture of positive and consistent training and having your puppies neutered or spayed too.

Stress Relief and Boredom

Does your dog have enough toys? Do you leave her for long time periods? Another reason why female dogs hump is because they are bored or stressed. Just like several dogs might chew shoes or cushions, howl, whine, bite, or bark when they’re neglected. Female dogs also hump as a reaction to intense stress or boredom.

You might want to have a stricter schedule of interactive play, running, or walking if your dog is a habitual humper, be it male or female. Providing your pooch with a routine could help to remove anxiety or boredom. This prevents your dog from humping other dogs, people, or even objects.

Albert John
Albert John


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