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Lol. Yes! Just be careful to watch for signs of aggression too as sometimes seasons can cause bitches to become uncharacteristically tetchy with each other.
 

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Both my Westies are in session and are humping one another, but they are both girls is this normal?
Bitches can act out of character at season times, even if its just one in season and as the OP mentioned they can also get very uppity with each other and some who may live together happily all the rest of the time can start to really pick on each other and some even seriously fight. I would monitor them just in case it does get out of hand and can cause squabbles.
Maybe for safetys sake and especially if you start to see growling snapping and other posturing, it may be better to separate when unsupervised.
 
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