Early in the work week many members of the North American labor force look forward to Wednesday – commonly referred to as "Hump Day" in some circles – with anticipation, as it marks mid-week for them.
Sadly, many other workers secretly observe weekly "Hump Day" in their homes with much less enthusiasm – their hump-happy dogs have enough jocularity to go around for everyone, no matter what day it happens to be.
As it turns out, one of the most awkward aspects of dog ownership is — you may have guessed it — the leg humping, which occurs in puppies as well as adults. Mounting actions are especially embarrassing when you have visitors in your home — eek. The good news is that mounting behavior in dogs is common and 100 percent normal. (And yes, there are _ways to stop dog humping_.)