Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Frantic Fanny Friction


I'm glad I'm working tonight.
I'm somewhat jaded with ideas that backfire, and need a night of peace with bleeping ventilators and screaming monitors.
Talking to like minded friends and colleagues would be good too!

Mary and Winnie ( like women do I am reliably informed) have synchronized their seasons and as the elderly eunuchs William and George sleep their relaxed old dog sleep, the girls have embarked on an extended, strenuous and rather unsavoury bout of simulated sex play.
When we first bought Mary we played around with the plan that one litter of puppies would be a grand idea but with all of this puffing and panting and rubbing of toilet parts upon toilet parts

I think I have changed my mind.


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  1. Spay & Neuter, Spay & Neuter...my mantra...You will do little Mary a big favor!

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    1. And while you're about it, get the vet to see to you as well.

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  2. My previous 2 bitches were spayed and they still did this. The tarts!!

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  3. Yeah, spaying and neutering doesn't always stop this kind of thing. My stepmother's chihuahua, Manny, still tries to hump almost everything and he's been neutered. I say let the girls have their fun!

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  4. I hate to say this but when male dogs are neutered, they hump and carry on anyway .. the parts don't actually work anymore but the brain doesn't know it.

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    1. Maybe it has something to do with the age at which they get spayed or neutered. My female dog got fixed the week she was going into her first heat, and my male dog at around 6 months old, and neither of them do this.

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    2. I agree Jennifer, the earlier the better.
      All my dogs were spayed and neutered early, as soon as possible and I have never had these problems.

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  5. When I had my two sibling dogs, Buster and Dolly, even after they got old Buster would try to molest his sister but only after I took them to get groomed. They were both, by the way, S&N'ed.
    I try not to think about that.

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  6. That's a very naughty heading! Buddy was neutered but he still lusted after Paul's left leg.

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  7. I heard they live longer and healthier lives after spaying, but don't quote me.

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  8. You can always throw a bucket of water over them - but then you'll have the mopping up to do while they search out somewhere dry to continue with their unsavoury practices.

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  9. I guess if I click on a title like this before coffee I get what i deserve.

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  10. Its a dog thing....enjoy your day, the girls are.....

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  12. I had a rather stupid neighbour who had a dog and a bitch that were brother and sister, she thought that they wouldn't mate as they were siblings. I once met her walking them along the road, she told me that they had been mating so she had taken them for a walk hoping the embarrassment would stop them doing it!

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    1. So early dog shaming? LOL
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  13. Our vet recommended we let Tess have one'in season' session before having her spayed. After I had had it done I did rather wish I had also waited and let her just have one litter. But frankly this season thing is really trying with one dog - can't imagine it with two.

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  14. When are you going to finally get some doggy sanitary panties! You can order them on Amazon or buy at a local petshop. No more $$ than constant unsavory cleanup. Or try infant disposable diapers. And pls consider spaying Mary as young as possible.

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  15. Did you know that cats will do it too? Not all, but we currently have a male cat who lurves anything covered with a blanket and two females who act out their come hither behavior at least once a day ... I don't know why and I just wish it would stop!

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  16. P. S. They are all spayed/neutered, BTW

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  17. When fixed animals hump, it is usually a dominance thing. Like who will be alpha this week.

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  18. John this comment is for yesterday post.
    Two possibly three pit bulls attacked two child walking to school the 6 year old boy died in the street (I read found by the Mom ?) the 5 year old girl was in hospital last time I heard.
    The owner of the dog from yesterday needs to control his dog. These two dogs got out of the yard plus a stray (?) attacked these poor young children.

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    1. I saw that happened in Atlanta. One was a pit bull mix and the other, which shocked me, was a border collie. I don't understand people who let their dogs roam a neighborhood and without collars. The owner has been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Those poor kids and their families.
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  19. You've already said that you can't have Winnie spayed because of her breathing difficulties, but please have Mary done as soon as possible. I really can't understand this desire for even one litter - there are plenty of other dogs out there needing a good home. What Mary hasn't had, she'll never miss, and it will save you a great deal of trauma and expense.
    All three of our females were retired breeding dogs, so all had litters at some time in their past lives. We had no desire for puppies, so had them spayed. They were three of the most contented and loving dogs you could wish for, nor did they try to mount one another, anything, or anyone !

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  20. As a long time visitor to "Going Gently", I have nevertheless had the feeling that something was missing and now I know what that was! Puppies! Picture a crowd of blogging commenters milling outside your luxury corner cottage. We are chanting in unison, "WE WANT PUPPIES! WE WANT PUPPIES!"

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    1. Ha ha ... yes I second this... and just think John what it would do for your Blogger status.. go through the roof. You could retire!! (probably your worst nightmare people 'milling outside your luxury corner cottage' Chanting...well I could see a revolt in the village..

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  21. First Violence, now Sex - Breathlessly waiting for the Drugs and Rock n' Roll!
    Sleepy Welsh Village eh?

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    1. Not for Trelawnyd's canine citizens, apparently! ;)

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  22. When we went to a shelter to adopt one of our dogs, she was being humped by another female dog named 'Fancy'. That has always reminded me of the song 'Fancy' by Reba McEntire.

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  23. Yes, I agree that puppies may be the answer! To what I am not quite sure.

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  24. Too funny. Looks like what my 2 do. Thank God they're fixed.

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  25. I am fixed/spayed/neutered, and I have not ONCE humped another dog! :)

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  26. We tend to humanise or pets. They are just being dogs and having some doggie fun. I really dont think it is a sexual thing. Now maybe if mary had worn some working man jeans winnie might have looked like she was enjoying herself

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  27. Holy crap that's funny.

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  28. The Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!

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  29. Well, you have to admit....they'd be quite interesting puppies too.

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  30. My two girls are both spayed and we still get plenty of fanny action. :D

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  31. Your Mary appears to be delicate. My Adel was too, and her first litter was a heartbreaking and expensive proposition when she had to have a Cesarean to save her life. I don't think it's worth the 'cute.'

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  32. When I grew up, we had mostly female dogs and my mother ( maybe because she was Catholic) never had them spayed. We had many puppies over the years thanks to the population of male dogs in our neighborhood. Now and then, there was a passing stranger in the mix. For the past five years, we have fed and sheltered a beautiful abandoned Siberian cat who has had and brought to my house, 26 kittens who we all had spayed and neutered and found homes for. Finally, we caught her and the factory has been closed. She and us are much happier now. Spaying is the kinder thing.

    Since your dogs are virgins, they will never miss what they never had.

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  33. What a fun picture . . .

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  34. I THINK YOU'VE GOT A SPAMMER at 9:54

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  35. Now she's had her first season it's time to get her spayed. There are more than enough dogs waiting to be rescued and loved from charities and dogs homes without needing anymore pups in the world.

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  36. Oh, please tell me you don't pace that carpet barefoot!

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