The daycare blamed my dog for being a humping victim

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Hello! This is my first time posting in this sub so please let me know if I should direct this question elsewhere.

We took our new rescue pup to a doggie day care twice (large chain – sure you can guess), he seemed happy both times and didn't seem to exhibit any body language of fear or unhappiness when we picked him up.

To put it briefly, the second time we picked him up we noticed there were bloody scratches all along the insides of his back legs. We had called the daycare earlier as, while watching on the cameras, we noticed another dog was pulling our dog around by the collar and asked them why the staff member was ignoring this. They moved the other dog to another play room after agreeing it was aggressive. So we asked them again what the scratches were about and they said a manager would follow up.

After we left a bad review, they answered it publicly by saying that our dog was scratched from being humped multiple times, and that sometimes dogs are targets for other dogs due to their body language, etc. She said that because the staff had to keep stopping dogs from humping our dog that it was our dog who was not fit for a group play environment.

I guess my questions is whether or not this is legitimate (I don't see how a dog with long nails would've scratched the inside of my dogs legs by humping it)? and if our dog is a "humping victim" is there anything we can do to build his body confidence? Should we really not take him to day care or should we just find a better one?

TLDR; my dog got hurt being humped at daycare and the daycare told us it was his fault.

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