Why is my dogs behavior changing?
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What is precontemplation?
People in precontemplation stage have no intention of changing their behavior for the foreseeable future. They are not thinking about changing their behavior, and may not see the behavior as a problem when asked. They certainly do not believe it is as problematic as external observers see it. These individuals are often labeled as "resistant" or in "denial."
Are dogs bysexual?
Dogs do not think in terms of "homosexual/bisexual/heterosexual", but in terms of dominance and submissiveness -- pack behavior. In a pack, the alpha dog and his mate are usually the only ones to breed, leaving the rest of the pack with sexual urges but no outlet. Homosexual behavior has been observed in dogs (and every other mammal). (You may have seen dogs "mounting" other dogs -- this behavior is to demonstrate dominance; it's not sexual.) But dogs have been seen to develop special relationships with other dogs that do include sexual behavior, signs of affection, and stress when their "special" dog friend is absent, sick, or in danger.