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    We are having huge problems with Tank marking lately. Hes hiking his leg outdoors and marking everything(new thing) and peeing on blankets, coats, beds etc.Will fixing him correct this issue??? If not what will? He is our only dog and first. so any help would be appreciated.

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    How old is he, if he is still young, then he should grow out of it, just keep scolding him when he does it in the house. If you do not see him doing it, then he has too much freedom and restrict his area to where you are and keep a close I on him so you can catch him in the act to correct it. Buddy is still intact he is almost 3 years old and has never done this.
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    How old is Tank? Do you have plans to stud him out? If not, neuter him, it will help with the marking.

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    Tank turned a year old October 16. We are rprimarily concerned with weight gain after being fixed. We don't plan on studding

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    Quote Originally Posted by theparrisfive View Post
    Tank turned a year old October 16. We are rprimarily concerned with weight gain after being fixed. We don't plan on studding

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    Neutering Tank will go a long way toward helping him stop this.

    What weight gain? I've never heard of this before.

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    We were told that it could cause him to go over weight by his old vet. We haven't brought it up to his current vet yet. He goes in for checkup and shots at the end of the month. Right now he is perfect weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by theparrisfive View Post
    We were told that it could cause him to go over weight by his old vet. We haven't brought it up to his current vet yet. He goes in for checkup and shots at the end of the month. Right now he is perfect weight

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    Jake was neutered a few months ago at 10 months and his weight has stayed exactly the same. Honestly..I've not heard of that before!

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    I'm glad to hear that. That was the main reason we were on the fence about it

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    When we 1st got Heff home ( he was a stud dog) he was marking EVERYTHING. 2 days later into the "chop shop" he went.
    It stopped his marking and he has not gained much weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heff101 View Post
    When we 1st got Heff home ( he was a stud dog) he was marking EVERYTHING. 2 days later into the "chop shop" he went.
    It stopped his marking and he has not gained much weight.
    And he's is STILL a stud!

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    Will fixing him now do anything with growth? Ive read posts on here were 18-24m is idea. hes 15 months now. if we do it now will it stunt his growth any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    And he's is STILL a stud!
    Like his owner! But his owner still has all his "parts".

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