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Mounting, thrusting humping and masturbation are normal behaviors exhibited by most dogs. Dogs masturbate in various ways.
They mount and thrust against other animals, people and objects, such as wadded-up blankets, dog beds and toys. Sometimes, dogs just rub against people or objects without mounting themor they lick themselves. Puppies often mount and hump their littermates, other playmates, people and toys. Some experts believe that this behavior functions as practice for future sexual encounters. As puppies reach sexual maturity, they start to mount other dogs in sexual contexts.
Intact not neutered males will often masturbate if prevented from approaching a female in heat. Sexual Behavior Masturbation is part of normal sexual behavior for both altered spayed or neutered and intact dogs. Both male and female dogs mount other dogs, people and objects.
Play Behavior Sexual behaviors, including mounting and thrusting, are part of normal play behavior. Some poorly socialized or undersocialized dogs excessively mount other dogs in response to play solicitation. Response to Stress or Excitement Some dogs respond to stressful or exciting situations by mounting or masturbating. For instance, after meeting a new dog or person, an aroused and excited dog may mount another dog, his owner or a nearby object, like a dog bed or a toy.
Compulsive Disorders Masturbating can become a compulsive habit, especially if a dog does it in response to stress. Social Behavior Dogs sometimes mount other animals and people to display social status or control. These issues can be serious if not properly treated and require medical attention rather than behavioral treatment. Dogs suffering from one of these or other medical issues often spend a lot of time licking and chewing the genital area.
If you notice your dog excessively mounting, licking or chewing himself, or rubbing his body against things, take him to a veterinarian to rule out medical concerns. If you think your dog may become aggressive if you stop him from mounting other dogs, people or objects, do not attempt to do so. Please read our article, Finding Professional Behavior Helpfor information about finding one of these experts in your area.
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