• It will probably reduce his interest as it is likely her scent that is affecting him. To understand your pets better it may be good to know that animals aren't humping for "dirty reasons" they are humping to reproduce. They typically leave humping for "dirty reasons" to their 2 legged superiors...humans.
  • Her not being spayed does still bring the 'animal' out in him and he isn't really thinking mating, he's more thinking dominating her, you're right. When she finally quits being a regular doe, he should reduce his humping though he might occasionally when they get back together to show her who's the boss after being separated for awhile. It should quiet things down for both of them:-)

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