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Old 01-17-2012, 06:25 PM
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Location: The Triad (NC)
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... can this be bought somewhere~?
It's not a joke. Hotdoll : Sex toy pour chiens

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Dogs have sexual needs or domination problems, which push them to climb on various object such as cushions, teddy bear, and worst case on legs of your neighbors, guest, postman or your own.

Hot Doll
is designed to control this problem.
Designed for dog need’s, it’s easy to teach them to use it like you taught them to go outside for their dejections.
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Old 01-17-2012, 08:24 PM
 
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I did a search on it and there is such a thing. But no where to purchase was mentioned on the sites. The Vet told me I shouldn't let him do it cause it could get stuck and he'd have to have surgery to get it back in
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Old 01-17-2012, 08:34 PM
 
Location: North Western NJ
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the likleyhood of a dog staying erect and needing surgery is incredibly slim...(generaly breeders will use a little bit of vaseline or normal KY liquid for maes who tend to take a little while to "relax")

in terms of the humping of his bed...this is NORMAL BEHAVIOUR, ill bet he tends to do similar to anythign LARGE (similar sized to this new bed)
its not bad behaviour...
the only bad part of this is him growling at you when you try to remove the object...but you said he does this when you try to remove anything...THIS behavour id be working to correct...
the humping...its doing you nor him nor the cushion any harm and once in a while id let it just be...males and females will both do this, hes simply taking out the energy on the pillow...it probbaly also feels good (just because the plumbings disconected doesnt mean hes completly dead down there lol)

its simply embarrassing for you...

in this case the growling over posession DOES need to stop, for this id work on leave it and "swap" take a toy he loves or even his favorite treat...when he has somehting you want you tell him "leave it" or "swap it" and offer him a treat, most dogs will happily drop or leave the item when they know theres yummyness in exchange...
the idea being you want to be able to take things form him without worrying about him growling but to him your just taking his favorite thign away...so by giving him something in exchange your teaching him, hey i get better things in exchange.

now in terms fo the humping...it can be embrassasing, so id practce some redirect here...i wouldnt put a total stop to the behaviour as its completly normal and healthy...but you do want to be able to refocus him if say guests are over ect.

once again. your going to treat him for responding to you...
so you see him start to hump his cushion tell him "enough" or soething similar, it should be simple, clear and firm but not agressive, once he looks at you and stops humping he gets a treat or a different toy, or attention...
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:22 PM
 
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the only bad part of this is him growling at you when you try to remove the object...but you said he does this when you try to remove anything...THIS behavour id be working to correct...
I don't remove the object when he's in the middle of "humping". Before he started I tried to remove it and he growled and snipped. This issue of "growling and snipping" used to occur before he got snipped. I took him to a specialist and it stopped. But then it was for me trying to take his bone away.

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n this case the growling over posession DOES need to stop, for this id work on leave it and "swap" take a toy he loves or even his favorite treat...when he has somehting you want you tell him "leave it" or "swap it" and offer him a treat, most dogs will happily drop or leave the item when they know theres yummyness in exchange..
Good idea, I'll try it
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:43 PM
 
Location: Santa Barbara CA
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don't need to spend money on a hot doll for a dog as when My brother got his first bulldog Bruce one of my nephews had a stuffed bulldog that Bruce decided was his and he humped that toy all the time...happy as could be with his bulldog " buddy"...lol
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:43 PM
 
Location: The High Seas
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Footage of Rosie O'Donnell. Works like a charm.
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:49 PM
 
Location: North Western NJ
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veggie, aproach this possessive behaviour the exact same way you did the bone issue, its the same basic issue, posession of a high value obejct.
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Old 01-19-2012, 10:31 AM
 
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veggie, aproach this possessive behaviour the exact same way you did the bone issue, its the same basic issue, posession of a high value obejct.
I tried last night to give him a bone when he tried "humping" his bed. It got him away but back he went. Apparently, I need another suggestion~?
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Old 01-19-2012, 10:49 AM
 
Location: San Antonio, TX
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I don't think it's really a huge problem...he's doing it because it feels good. Personally I'd just let my dog go at it, they get bored and quit after a while. I would put the cushion away when guests were coming over though.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:13 PM
 
Location: Earth
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I tried last night to give him a bone when he tried "humping" his bed. It got him away but back he went. Apparently, I need another suggestion~?
Giving him a bone only reinforces the behavior. If the dog went back to the bed, you obviously didn't take it away, so it wasn't a swap like Foxywench suggested.

You shouldn't reward unacceptable, posessive behavior with treats. You should be able to take a dog's bone or bed away from him without him growling, nipping, or otherwise resisting. You need to be more dominant.

The humping isn't necessarily a source of pleasure. It's more likely an expression of pent up energy and frustration, but my guess is it's insecurity. Dogs feel more secure when they have an alpha who's in charge. They need order in the pack. So I repeat, you need to be more dominant.

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