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How Do I Train the Dog?

Tracy HowellTracy Howell ScottsdaleMember Posts: 529
edited 25 June, 2005 in Behavior & Training
My mom lives with her sister and her sister has a Doberman. We get along ok, mostly we stay away from him because we cats like to be alone. Well, yesterday morning the dog tried to mount and hump me! What is this about???


  • MARY HEFFERNANMARY HEFFERNAN Valley of The MoonMember Posts: 13,688
    edited 27 February, 2006
    Oh, my, Sydney! Gee, we have never lived with a dog, although we had dog neighbor friends, and never had an experience like this. So we can't really speak to the problem. You must have been more than a little shocked! Maybe it was meant to be a way of making friends...uh, Not. We will watch to see what others think, and meanwhile--Take Good Care!
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