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    Do you ever get into situations with your dog that turn into farcical chaos?

    Today I had tied Banjo up outside the local IGA and when I came back 5 minutes later I found a woman holding her collar, still attached to the lead tied to the pole. She told me she had slipped her collar because this little dog was annoying her. And he was bloody annoying. JRT x something hairy and he kept trying to mount her. So there I am getting Banjo to sit so I could put her collar back on, but every time she sat down, the little sh!t mounted her. Then I'd growl "Go on, get out of it!" trying to push him off and then Banjo would get up and move away from me. We repeated this quite a few times before I finally managed to get her collar back on and leave.

    I probably should have tried to do something about the dog who appeared to be there without an owner (or a collar) but I was just over him, so I just left. I hope he found his way home because we just had the mother of all storms here.

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    Hum he must of been disbrot to try it lol
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    Anytime a dog mounts molly she bites them, and i let her.

    Once my partner decided to hack and her hair around her privates that had formed a dread, with scissors resulting in what i've been told as 'scissor burn' - let me tell you she was NOT impressed and would follow me around the house and stop every few minutes to lick the area. Must have been very tender for her.

    That afternoon i took both her and Rex to the park. I thought about leaving her behind since she was so salty about her 'situation' lol, but she followed Rex to the car so thought sweet, she must want to come.

    Get to the park, and three blue staffys (1 male adult, 2 pups) rushed to the gate to greet us, soon as we got through the gate, the male mounted her and she gave the usual growl 'get the hell off me' followed by the quick nip, and then ran to me. The boy mounted her again and that's when things got ugly, she went into attack mode & the staffy counter attacked. Usually molly gives in and runs to me, but she kept going and the boy kept going. So i run over to grab molly, start dragging her to the gate (wanted to pick her up, but i know you shouldn't do it) and this dog keeps trying to go at her and mount her at the same time (with the pups trying to do the same). The **** of an owner was cracking up laughing and i told him he better come get his f****** dog before i boot it, which i did, got molly out the gate ran back for Rex who thank god was chasing his ball so was none the wiser (he is usually the trouble maker) me and the owner were in a full blown argument whilst i was dragging Rex out the gate.

    I was bloody furious that this guy thought it was hilarious, and couldn't be bothered to control his dog and not only that, he was giving people the wrong impression of the breed. We go to this park religiously and i have never seen this egg before. I should have guessed something was going down as the usual crowd that go there were all in the small dog area. Seems a couple of them had a run in with the same dog.

    Pissed me off because it's a situation that happens all the time, but can be manageable. If Rex behaves that way, i put him on the lead and take him to the other end of the park. All this guy had to do was show some consideration. Needless to say haven't seen him back down there since. Lucky for him my OH wasn't there.
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    My old dog was good at telling males to keep their distance. Fortunately most male dogs get the message and give up. That staffy sounds very confused to me. And his owner like a total FW.

    Banjo is just way too nice. She thinks everything is a game and when the game isn't fun anymore all she does is try to hide behind me.

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    Unfortunately Oskar loves to hump and we try to distract him, but if the dog he is trying to mount doesn't like it, we just let them stand up for themselves, as they will soon tell Oskar off, and we don't mind that. He has to learn. Other times he gets humped and it's like , have a taste of your own medicine little man lol.

    But he is still quite a young pup, being 8mths, so I hope he grows out of it.

    I have taken him to the shops a couple of times where he has actually gotten spooked and has gotten out of his harness. Luckily, both times he has found his way home before I have gotten there. It is a gut wrenching feeling when you think your dog is lost or could get hit by a car.

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    Fortunately it is extremely hard to spook Banjo. She is quite bomb proof in that regard. The though of running off doesn't seem to occur to her. She stayed right near where I tied her up, turning around in circles to protect her behind from Romeo.

    Most dogs won't be that persistent with the humping, I find. I suspect this dog might not have been desexed, but I couldn't see.

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    Oskar doesn't care if they are Arthur or Martha, he'll give anything a go, it's quite embarrassing. He was getting desexed this week but it being postponed, unfortunately the snippit fund had to be used for something else but, he will be getting done ASAP.

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    Some dogs will hump to exert their dominance over other dogs too. I saw Banjo do it to a dog the other day! First time ever I had seen a female dog hump.

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    Omg OM molly has done that, spooked herself out & gotten out of her harness, i was freaking because she went down the main rd (browns plains rd) which is pretty busy. I ran home got the car then we went looking for her luckily she also made her own way back home. Last time i ever took her to the shops it gave me a fricken heart attack. She wont even walk up that rd with me anymore anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Some dogs will hump to exert their dominance over other dogs too. I saw Banjo do it to a dog the other day! First time ever I had seen a female dog hump.
    i heard older dogs do it to pups as a means to calm them down? Is this true

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