Dog Surgery And A Dog's Sex Drive

All male dogs have something in common. A dogs sex drive. Whenever they smell a near-by fertile female, they storm outside and get down to business. Are you tired of running after your pet every time he tries to do so? Have you been visited by your neighbor for the wrong reasons one time too many? I’m sure there’s a lot of dog owners getting bothered by it. Their neighbors too. A dog’s sex drive can be a burden on anybody. It’s uncontrollable. Whenever he detects a potential mate, it’ll find a way to get out of bondage. It can cause huge amounts of damage, specially if its a big dog tied up inside your house.

It’ll run over your flower garden along the way. Break in another house and mangle the bitch. Within 9 weeks you’ll be seeing little carbon copies of your dog. Its a problem for the owners of both dogs. You both will have more hungry mouths to feed. More expenses to take care of. The fun doesn’t stop there – when they get big enough, they too will develop the drive that drives you nuts. And you’ll have the same problem again; more mess, and more uncontrollable dogs. At night, when everybody is sleeping, your pet will have the tendency to howl at night, specially when it smells a female dog in season – the more dogs the merrier.

These animals also have the tendency to get aggressive. When it sees another dog trying to mate with its bitch, a fight breaks out – which is never good. It can sometimes lead to serious injuries that may require immediate medical attention. Lucky for you there is a solution – having your dog neutered can fix all the problems mentioned above. Neutering is a procedure in which the sex organ of your dog is removed. What are the benefits of having your pet undergo the procedure? One would be the decrease in your dogs testosterone level. This would greatly reduce its urge to fight, run around, jump everywhere, make a mess, etc.

You won’t have to worry about your pet biting other people, or attempting to mate with every bitch it sees as much. Another plus would be having testicular cancer ruled out. It can’t have testicular cancer if it doesn’t have any testicles to begin with. You won’t hear as much howling at night as you did before, allowing you and your neighbors to sleep better at night. Problems with little clones of your dog will be eliminated. Visits from an angry neighbor can be avoided. Though there are many benefits from the procedure, there is just one problem that might occur.

Recent studies have linked to neutering to some prostate complications. Having said all of this, it is entirely up to the owner whether or not to have his pet neutered. If you feel that it isn’t necessary and that your dogs behavior doesn’t bother you, then don’t push through the operation. A dog’s sex drive is normal. Neutering is only for those who can’t put up with it. Think it over before you have your pet neutered.


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