The annoying behavior has stopped
Our male English Cocker Spaniel (19 months) always wanted to penetrate other dogs, mostly castrated male dogs. Masturbation or hypersexual activities were not seen. Mostly the dog is very social and avoids trouble with other dogs. At home he is quiet most of the time, but outside he is always active, impatient but also interested and assiduous. The Cocker is also very devoted and tender. We gave him the Bach Flowers mixture made by Tom for 4 months, and the result is fantastic: The annoying behavior has stopped (only with few exceptions) and we are very content with the treatment.
Thank you Tom!
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