Through dedicated research, we understand what our diverse viewers want to read and may be struggling to find elsewhere. This post focuses on a sensitive subject of dogs – how to make a dog hard.
We must stress that this practice is very complicated even for a professional. We do not encourage you to make your dog horny at home without a professional’s advice. We also do not guarantee any good outcomes or take any responsibilities if things go wrong. Still, we want to present this information to our readers for educational purposes.
Why Does Your Dog Get Hard?
Whatever animals you raise at home, it is a good idea to learn about their displacement behaviors. Getting hard or horny is common in animals and humans. The term “displacement behavior” is used to indicate behaviors that are out of context, which means the animal does not act naturally according to what evolution tells it to do. When there is a certain conflict within the animal or outside the animal that prevents it from acting normally, displacement behaviors happen.
Some examples of displacement behaviors include birds pecking tree branches when they cannot make a choice between fighting or fleeing. Your displacement behavior may be biting nails when you are confused or trying to hide something.
Similarly, in dogs, displacement behaviors can be scratching even though there is nothing itchy, shaking fur when the fur is not even wet, yawning when not sleepy, etc. For some dogs, humping is the display of a displacement behavior. Your dog can hump or get hard when it is in a conflict or stress to which it has not found a solution.
Excessive Sex Hormones
The adrenal glands, testes and ovaries in dogs create a hormone called Androgens. This hormone can be found mostly in male dogs, but it has also been found in female ones at low extents. You can tell if your dog has too many of Androgens by examining its hair and skin around its tail and rump.
In dogs which have not been through castration, Androgens is called Hyperandrogenism. It is the high level of Hyperandrogenism that causes dogs to feel an incredibly powerful sex drive. This is why we see some dogs get so hard and horny in broad daylight.
Display of Sexual Behavior
Humping, mounting, and masturbation are normal sexual behaviors in dogs. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that only intact dogs or dogs that have not been spayed / neutered feel the desire to engage in sexual behaviors. But the sexual drive is natural for most of the animals.
Spayed dogs do feel the need to be sexually excited. They just feel it less frequently and less strongly than intact dogs. Female dogs tend to mount other dogs, objects and people just like their male counterparts when they are sexually driven. In a word, if your dog gets hard sometimes and does weird things, it is all natural and does not need intervention.
They Are Just Playing
To humans, it is very weird and somewhat appalling to hump our friends every time we hang out with them or greet them. But to dogs, this behavior is totally natural. Humping is a part of their play. When dogs just hump for fun with friends, they get hard but don’t usually ejaculate. Dogs who hump their friends excessively during play are poorly socialized dogs. They simply get too excited when they have someone else to play with.
Display of Dominance
Dogs, especially male ones, can get hard and hump to show clearly that they are the pack leaders. When they hump other dogs, they are sending out the message that they are superior and more power, and therefore, everyone else should follow their lead.
If you catch your dog getting hard and humping way too many times, you should take it to the vet to check for health complications. There are many medical issues that can cause dogs’ abnormal sexual behaviors, including skin allergies, urinary incontinence, urinary tract problems, and priapism. These health issues can also cause dogs to excessively lick or chew the genital area, and rub themselves against things.
How to Make a Dog Hard
Most animals can be sexually stimulated in the sensitive genital area. So for dogs, you just have to use your hand or something to masturbate your dog’s sexual organ.
You should start gently so that your dog won’t be startled and run away. You may need to hold its legs firmly to make it stay put. When the dog has got used to the situation, you can speed up the process.
After a while, the dog will have an erection, but that’s not the highest point yet. At this stage, stimulate the sexual organ in a circumferential motion. The dog will move a lot at this stage, so you have to hold it firmly. When you do it hard enough, your dog is guaranteed to ejaculate.
We want you to always bear in mind that unnatural stimulation without the dog’s consent will hurt it. If you do not get it right, the dog’s sexual organ will suffer. And it is likely to become distressed. You can ruin your relationship with the dog if things go wrong. You should only think about this practice if it is really necessary for the dog’s sake. Consult your vet or a dog professional before undertaking this task.
When Are Your Dog Ready To Get Hard?
Do not encourage getting hard and humping at an early stage of a dog’s life. Many dog parents find their puppies’ humping very cute and wish to maintain that behavior so that pictures can be taken. Getting hard and humping can be cute when dogs are little, but when they grow up, it just starts to get weird. If you don’t want your dog to get hard out of nowhere and hump your guests, you should stop such behavior at its early age.
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How do you correct that behavior from the beginning? When your puppy starts to get hard and hump, distract him by giving him something more interesting to do. For example, you can take a stroll with him or bring out his favorite toys.
If your dog has grown up and the inappropriate behavior is already a fixed habit, you need obedience training from experts who know exactly what should do and what shouldn’t do.
For the last words, we’d like to stress again the importance of consulting a vet or a professional before you attempt this practice. You have read about how to make a dog hard and you have the correct information, but that does not mean the task will go smoothly and your dog won’t be put at health risks.
Please be a responsible owner and have your dog’s best interest at heart. Don’t forget to leave your comment below. Thank you for reading!