Can Dogs Get Sexually Attracted To Humans?

The most straightforward answer to the question of whether dogs can get turned on by humans is no, our canine companions do not get turned on by humans.

In fact, apart from being genetically different from humans, dogs do not experience sexual attraction the same way we humans do.

Here are the three main reasons why we humans and dogs cannot procreate:

1. Reproductive Isolation

2. Genetic Differences

3. Dogs Experience Attraction Differently

Young puppies, predominantly male puppies, tend to mount and hump usually due to sexual behavior. They do this as practice for the future when they reach their sexual maturity stage.

In the beginning stages of puppyhood, they will mount anything they can get their paws on. Later on, when they develop into young adults, they will start to mount and hump other pups and humans.

Puppies will also mount and hump because they might be over-excited and playful. It’s perfectly normal puppy behavior (up until around one year of age) that should not be concerning.

Most dogs usually stop this puppy-like behavior after they mate with a bitch for the first time.