Last weekend my younger daughter was home for a visit and she went to see her sister's family; four children whom she loves with all her might. They have two dogs; a female named Kali (or Callie, I'm not sure how they spell it) and a male named Bojangles. Bo is a beagle, and is now about a year old.
Bo has been neutered, but he has begun to hump everything in sight: women, men, children, furniture and the other dog. Miss kenju told me that after a particularly harrowing afternoon, knocking Bo off her leg everytime she moved, nearly everyone in the family was chastizing Bo for his lewd behavior.
The children were yelling at the dog to stop, and the youngest (a girl of seven) put her hand on her hip; stood in a confrontational stance that had her feet spread apart, shook her forefinger on the other hand, and said "You stop that right now, and don't you dare bring out that pink thing."
I'm glad I wasn't there. There is no way could I have managed not to laugh.