Originally Posted by mrlittlejeans
I guess I should consider myself lucky. My dog, Frank, is a sexual predator who likes to get his hump on. If my girlfriend and I are wrestling or playing around, he usually sneaks up and tries to grapple on to somebody's leg. That would have been a bit embarassing if he had tried to hump my neighbor's leg.
I hope you know that your dog is simply showing you who's the alpha male in the household. I have 3 dogs and every single one knows that I'm the alpha male. They may hump each other to show dominance, but NEVER a human. It has nothing to do w/ sex and everything to do w/ domination. I'd recommend you shove your dog off you or your gf's leg and say NO very firmly. After a few times, he'll get the idea. If not, then a few alpha rolls will do the trick
That's where you flip the dog on its back, press on its chest to keep it down and look into his eyes and say No! Once he looks away from you, that means he has submitted. You can find more on this subject via Google.
Sorry about the thread hijack, but you'll thank me in the future. The human should ALWAYS be the master of the house, not the dog. It's all funny until one day you have children or guests come over. Good Luck!
That being said, my dogs just ignore me. Snoopy the alpha, just sits on the couch on his pillow and watches me play. Peanut sits on his cushion on the floor sleeping and Lani sits on her cushion chewing her latest chew toy. Occasionally Lani will watch the screen, but then she'll go back to chewing or playing w/ a ball. Having a 3 yr old running around also helps desensitize the dogs to rapid and sudden movements...LOL.