A garden snake yes! An anaconda no.
It is a common misconception that getting your dog spayed or neutered will stop it from humping. Some vets will tell clients that while trying to persuade them to get the operation done. While it is important to get your pet spayed or neutered, it is not a fix to the "humping dilemma." Dogs only hump sexually when they mount a female that is in heat. Other than that it is a dominance issue. It is almost purely a way to establish pack order. A dog that has dominance issues may also start to become aggressive. It is something that needs to be dealt with, and not put off as an annoying habit.
Some basic starter tips:
- If you let the dog on the furniture, stop. This makes them think they are higher up in the pack. The same goes for allowing them to sleep on your bed.
- Make sure the dog knows that you are the owner, and you are in charge. Do daily training exercises with them. Make it an enjoyable time, but be firm. When they do well, slip them a small treat. When they do not, do not acknowledge it. Use their name. Fido, sit.
- Do not allow him to push through a door before you. He needs to learn to sit and stay until you allow him to go.
- If the dog eats in the house, make sure he is not fed until after you eat. In a pack, alpha dogs always eat first.
There are other things you can do as well. These are just the ground rules. This well help establish pack order in your home. It may seem odd, but they are dogs, so they think like dogs. You need to relate to them in the same manner.
I actually remember in a book it said that only one animal does. I forget WHICH animal but it was a land animal.
I believe it's the elephant, but I'm not quite sure. They do morn and experience grief, but as for the actual shedding of tears due to it, I'm not 100% sure.
There is no meanest shark but the shark that has the most aggression is a bull shark