Speaking of humping... Years ago, my Chiropractor asked how to get his Retriever to stop humping furniture, blankets, and house guests. I asked if the Dog was causing harm to himself or others. He said 'no' and I declared TO MY CHIROPRACTOR that happy humping was good for the Dog's back. On the other side, dominance, insecurity, nervousness, jealousy, and confusion about social status are some culprits I have seen in my practice and all are fix-able. AND THEN, THERE IS ECSTASY...
The mind and/or the body recognizes the need to seek out benefits from specific plants chosen for its specific needs and functions. Flower Essences and aromatherapy are an easy way to provide these benefits to our pets who primarily spend time indoors.
One clever virus has been documented wearing an overcoat made entirely of bacteria, pulling it over itself like a cape and travels undetected through the body. If anything is found to be out of balance or causing harm, the bacteria is attacked and killed, leaving the virus free to find another disguise.
One cat I was tending was so aggressive that the vacationing owners put a wall between 2 cages so I could put feed and water in one cage while the cat was locked in the other. ...sprays worked like magic.