Solutions to humping? Calm down times and short periods of isolation not working.

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So I’ve got a 5 mo old malamute/pyr mix (Tomkin) who, aside from humping other dogs, has been pretty easy on us when it comes to training.

We bring Tomkin to day camp two to three times a week and he will spend all day there. On the other days of the week he may go to my “in laws” house and play with their dog and has a great time, Tomkin has learned not to hump THAT DOG because he lets Tomkin know when he doesn’t like things. Once he gets a firm bark and a growl Tomkin is pretty good at knowing “oh, you didn’t like that, ok I won’t do it!”

If he is not at his grandparents house, Tomkin is home with my boyfriend or I, and we both make sure to get him lots of exercise and exploration. We did our breed research and are very happy with our friendly boy, but his day camp is letting us know that he’s a bit too friendly sometimes… they have been putting him in time outs, which is how we show him to settle down at home too, but apparently they’ve still been dealing with the issue.

I let them know what his warning words are “leave it” and if we’re going into time out “inside”. He definitely knows what these words mean, if I say “inside” (not just at home, in public and at grandparents too) 9/10 times he stops what he’s doing and finds something else to do, or walks into his settle down place all by himself for a cool down.

How can I tackle this humping without being there for him during socializing? I want to address the issue NOW while he’s still relatively easy to train, as a pyr mix he can be stubborn and just stare at you after commands sometimes, commands he knows! Any advice is super appreciated! It’s a puzzle, because I bring him to daycamp because my boyfriend and I are at work all day those days, or we would be at the dog place with him teaching him to behave.

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