My family and I recently adopted an eight-year-old American Bulldog named Annie. When I was sitting on the floor, she was humping-not once, but TWICE!! While she was giving me doggy kisses, she continued to keep humping, so I had to stand up.
I would like to know if humping is normal for dogs-especially when female dogs are doing that. Does humping have anything to do with being in a stressful or excited environment, or being in control?
I would appreciate much needed advice on dogs, because my family and I are first-time dog owners.2 AnswersDogs7 years ago
I had ended the friendship a few weeks ago, due to the fact that my ex-best friend was disrespecting me and mistreating me, since I've politely asked for my money back. He continues to keep in touch with me by phone calls and text messages, and I would ignore them. Should I continue to keep ignoring him or give him the opportunity to explain himself about why he did what he did?3 AnswersFriends1 decade ago
Recently, I've asked my best friend to pay me back, since it has been more than a year since I've loaned him some money. Even though I did politely ask for my money back, he went off on me, saying that I was disrespecting him and I was putting him down, when I wasn't doing that.
I've been there for him, through the good times and the bad times, but yet, he took me for granted. He had the nerve to compare me to other women out there, by calling me filthy names. Right now, I don't know if I should explain myself to him, or end the friendship for good.
I would like some serious answers please. Thank you.5 AnswersFriends1 decade ago
I've helped my best friend fill out an application for financial aid, so he can attend college the following semester. I was thrilled that he was going back to school and do something better with his life. So, one day, I was sending him a text message asking him about his classes. He was telling me that he was going to put school on hold, so he can pay some fines (even though he has been unemployed for eight months). I was not only disappointed, but I felt hurt, because it feels like as if he was using me. We've been best friends for seventeen years, and I know that he's constantly making excuses to justify his actions. I've always been there for him-through thick and thin, and now, I don't know how I can look at him the same way again. Is there a way I can talk to him without placing myself in a compromising position-even though our friendship may be on the line?1 AnswerFriends1 decade ago
Last year, I traveled to Florida to visit my best friend of six years. I went through the metal detectors four times, because the metal detector kept going off, each time I walked through it. A female security guard had to search me by hand and discovered that my strapless bra and my hair was the problem ( I was wearing a French roll in my hair). Talk about humiliating!3 AnswersAir Travel1 decade ago
I'm doing an assignment for my English class and I would like more information on this topic.21 AnswersFamily1 decade ago
My boyfriend has been dealing with depression for an extended period of time. When we talked about this two days ago, he admitted that he tried to commit suicide, and to me, that raised a red flag. He's very unhappy with his family, himself, his accomplishments, and his life. I would like to help him seek some help, because not only is his depression hurting himself, but its hurting his family and me. What can I do to help him deal with his depression?8 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships1 decade ago