Every time I sit on the couch or cross my legs, she tries to hump my leg. She's pretty determined and really holds on with her front paws. I've tried to break her of the habit, but she's now five years old and showing no signs of dropping off. Is this normal behaviour?BTW she is a whippet/poodle cross
My nephew Andrew, owns a four year old Beagle Cross named Tesla, she's pretty good actually with all the family. Christmas day, she met my great nephew William(eight months), for the first time. She was okay until Andrew held William. Tesla barked twice and seemed to say " okay, I'm over here." Andrew handled it well, he gave William to Paula (William's mum) and then picked up Tesla and spoke to her softly. She settled down until Andrew picked William up later on. Tesla barked again. William was handed over to his Dad, Domenico. Andrew picked up Tesla again and introduced her to William. She ended licking Will's hand which he was okay with.Will Andrew's solution fix the possibility of more jealousy?
I have a 10 month old Daniff (Bull mastiff x Great Dane) and he absolutely terrified of walking past the local butcher at the end of our street. He either stops and refuses to walk or he pulls out of his collar, one time running in front of 2 cars and almost getting killed. My husband was able to carry him past the butcher but at 46kg that is not the solution. I was wondering if anybody would have a solution to this, the lady that works at the butcher came out to meet him and my usually friendly boy wouldn't go near her.