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    Male dog being pathetic over new bitch

    I just acquired a lovely 1yo female working dog and our male dog is being really pathetic over her. Whining, chattering teeth and drooling over her. Hes unfixed and neither is she. She had her first heat 2 months ago.
    I also have another bitch who is spayed, she isnít so bad but was chattering her teeth for a while when following her.
    Will the male pull his head in eventually? Heís older and itís only been a few hours. I have never had an issue with female and male dogs behaving this way unless one is on heat.

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    I don't know anything about dogs, but that sounds like normal male behaviour
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    A few hours?! Give the poor bugger a break.


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    Yes I’m aware it’s only been a short time but I have never had this behaviour from a male dog over a bitch unless she’s on heat. He wasn’t even like this for the last girl.

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    He's smelling her pheromones cos she's just one of "those" girls. The teeth chattering is a way of transferring her scent to the glands in his mouth.

    It's annoying, but relatively normal for intact males when presented with a new hot totty, particularly randy ones. Some dogs are just randier than others. I had a mature Rottweiler male who, after we got a new little bitch Rottie, only ever went where the fanny end of his new fascination went. Like as if his head was attached to her rear end by a rope, all day long. He did the teeth thing all the time. He got so annoying I ended up separating them - minute she was gone he settled down.

    That damn dog sired unplanned litters with a friend's Dalmatian bitch, a neighbour's Lab and even managed to get one over a Basset bitch on a farmstay (that was awkward). Some dogs just have their brains in their balls. But in all three instances we know of, the bitches came looking for him.

    He'll be onto her in a flash in about 3-4 months when she starts waggling her booty, so watch out.
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    with a bit of luck the new bitch will give him a tune up and he will back off....
    definately need to be on the watch out for when she comes into season.... the old footrot flats bitches box comes to mind....
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    I wouldn’t mind getting pups from her down the line. She is kelpie x border collie but I’d like to avoid it for a while yet!
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    Everyones keen when the new hotsie totsey turns up
    Yeah he should settle down in a few days once she gives him the message she is not hot to trot. Watch out for any protective moves he decides to make with her, since he may also get a bit protective of his new potential squeeze.
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    You are talking about a dog not a robot.
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    I can't resist posting this, sorry @Chelsea. Probably shouldn't, but oh well. This thread jogged some not-funny-at-the-time memories....

    Walked out my kitchen door one Sunday morning to be confronted by this shocking scene. 1997? Locked solid they were, for bloody ages! Nothing I could do about it, too late for intervention. Old Mission couldn't bloody walk properly for days after that.

    Man, they were nice puppies though. Fluffy little things that grew to be almost exactly 50/50 in mum/dad colouring, with sharp boundaries between the Rottie bits and Dalmatian bits. Really odd! But strong, powerful and fast dogs, great warthog hunters. Cool as.

    Sorry, photos of old celluloid.

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    So, the moral of the story is, be alert, cos sometimes the bitches can be right slutty little tarts. This one travelled a fair way to come find her beau, and jumped a bloody high timber fence to get into the yard!
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    Bunji alert on that photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Bunji alert on that photo!
    eh? What does that mean?
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    It means he is calling bullshit on the photo. Most likely he has never seen 2 dogs tied before.
    They sure would have been hard case pups. I saw a pup from a Rottie malamute cross before. So cute, had the Rottie undercoat with the long white malamute guard hairs over the top. Very fluffy
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    Ah, thought so. I suppose it is in our overall interests to keep each other honest after the Bunji episode, so with that in mind I shall post one more photo of dog porn and if you really need to see any more then you need help! As you can see in this photo (which I withheld last night in the interest of public safety), old Mission really was locked tight and couldnít go anywhere even if he tried! Just look at the froth on his chin, he was going hard and then after a while he wanted to stop but couldnítÖ

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    Any Bunji doubts now @MB?

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    lol yeah sometimes the muttlies just don't know what they are getting themselves in for
    I just realised....MB might be "Me Bunji", the truth was staring us in the bollocks all along

 

 

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