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Old 06-26-2012, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by PWCorgi View Post
Is D noise phobic? What if you absolutely scare him shitless every time he humps? Like can of pennies or something. Something OMGTERRIBLE!!! happens every time he starts. If you can consistently make it happen every time he tries this week he may give up?

I am not usually one for punishment, but seriously he needs to lay off Buzz.
He's absolutely noise-phobic. I'm definitely at that point where I will try it.

Good idea.
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Old 06-26-2012, 09:16 PM
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Jack likes to hump other dogs, but only in the midst of play - he won't just start humping randomly out of the blue. However, I've had foster dogs that DIDNOTLIKETHAT and over-corrected him. In the hopes of avoiding a scuffle, I've been interrupting his humping behavior (usually with an ah-ah or a clap) and redirecting it onto a toy or a tug instead.
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