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We all know the different types of mounting dogs (that's mounting dogs, not mountain dogs! No one would mind if their dogs only humped other dogs at the appropriate mating times.

If dogs could have their own TV show in the style of Jerry Springer or Jeremy Kyle, I'm sure it'd be tagged 'Why do I feel the need to hump everything in sight? Lest we not forget the dog or puppy who, quite simply, has a go at humping everything he can get his paws around, man, woman, child or inanimate object.

Dog humping, often embarrassing, occasionally humorous, but mostly an unwanted behaviour that many a dog owner would like to stop. Let's see if we can offer a solution on why dogs hump and, more to the point, how to stop dogs humping.

They hump to show their dominance more than for any other reason. Once dogs are out of the litter and living with people, the same instinct remains.

Humping is just one way in which they push the boundaries and assert their dominance within a family.

This is the time when reproductive hormones are starting to reach adult levels, and some dogs go a little bit crazy.

And dogs are always trying to prove that they're tougher than the next guy. Others do it by putting their feet on another dog's back.

It's not even about pleasure, although that may play a role.