Many people experienced the embarrassing moment when their host male suddenly hugged his front legs
around his leg and began to force his pelvic floor muscles.
Why do these dogs start such uncompromising activities?
The answer is that dogs, as puppies, go through a special phase of socialization through which they
identify. This critical period lasts from four to twelve weeks of age and all species that share this time
with them in close and friendly contact. In this crucial phase of growth, there are always two types of pet
dogs – dogs and humans. As a result, they become “psychic hybrids”, powerful for both species. For the
rest of their lives, they will easily feel in the society of ungulates and humans. Their human family
members serve reasonably well as an obligation. People share food, share their dedication, go out together
to patrol the area, play together, spend time in social beauties, perform the necessary greeting ceremonies,
and generally play the role of the dog’s companions sincerely.
The dog and human society aligns well. Relationships break only because of sex.
Fortunately, there are some powerful innate reactions to dog sexual desire that usually help keep dogs in
the right direction. Because people do not have a particular dog’s erotic smell, they usually do not induce
sexual reactions in those homes that share dogs with males. As for dogs, people are simply “members of
their pack who are never in a sexual condition.”
All should be fine, but unfortunately for most dogs, swelling, bitch encounters are unusually rare in their
domesticated lives. There is a level of sexual frustration when even a family cat begins to look attractive.
At this point, a clumsy dog will try to fit almost anything that will last long enough, including cats, other
males, pillows and human legs.
Human legs are attractive because they are easy to fasten. The legs, not the more appropriate part of the
human anatomy, are chosen simply because of the awkward and uneven human form. They are too big
and too tall, making the foot the only easily accessible region for last-minute sexual progress.
The correct response to a dog trapped in the leg is compassion, not anger. After all, it is we who have
condemned such dogs for an unusually celibate existence. They politely reject their advancement for what
is needed, not the angry punishments that are sometimes imposed.
The comment about the dog’s interest in the family cat wasn’t intended for the face. Some sexually
frustrated dogs try to communicate with cats, but this only happens when the animals in question are
raised together as puppies and kittens. A close relationship with young cats at the critical stage of puppy
development simply adds cats to my category.
Puppy who played with:
[a] other puppies in their litter,
[b] a family kitten; and
c] Human owners will have a triple attachment during their four to twelve weeks socialization phase that
will last a lifetime.
There is another side to the coin for this attachment process. The absence of a species during the puppy’s
socialization of development will mean that this should be automatically avoided later. This applies even
to real puppy species. If a small puppy is taken from his mother before his eyes and ears are opened, say
when he is only a week old and raised by hand alone, he will become massively attached to humans but
always shy with other dogs. in later life. Therefore, it is a great mistake to remove the puppy from your
family too soon. If there is a disaster when a mother dies and, for example, only one puppy survives, it is
important to try and raise other puppies or dogs around the puppy as it is hand-reared to accustom itself to
the nature of the company during its critical growth period.
If a puppy is left with his canine dog company but is completely away from people until he is twelve
weeks old, he will never become sober and friendly with people in later life. Puppies raised in an
experimental farm field, where they had no close contact with humans before littering fourteen weeks,
were similar to wild animals.
So the idea that a pet dog is in some way a “genetically mutilated” animal is not true. The claim that
wolves are more “wild” and uninhibited than dogs is also incorrect. Taken at a relatively young stage of
development, the wolf cube becomes an extremely friendly companion to the extent that most people,
seeing one for a walk on a collar and a lead, imagine it to be just another big dog. Indeed, a shortened
adult wolf was once taken from England to the United States on Queen Elizabeth, registered as Alsace,
without comment. He was a daily walker on the deck and was cheerfully tagged by passengers and crew
who would have been appalled if he had known his true identity.