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    Dog Groomer MeekosMummy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Neutering Question

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeasmom2008 View Post
    Also one thing you can do to help buld good muscle and bone is cottage cheese! I tried yogurt and giving little cubes of cheese and that gave her the runs but for some reason I saw a big change in how she is shaped and her hair turned so shiny so I swear by it!

    Interesting.. Cani give cottage cheese/normal cheese to Meeko to help his bones grow stronger and fill out nicely.. Hes nearly 6 months old were not sure to get meeko neutered or not as so far hes calm and only attempted to hump my sisters husky once nothing else so until he missbehaves im not in a rush :-). Also when i was walking him the other day another doggy owner was saying it can change a dogs personality completely and not always for the best.. Is this true ? x
    Xx.Demari-Jay & Meeko.xX

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    Default Re: Neutering Question

    We got Bacon neutered at 9 months, within a few weeks of it he definitely calmed down quite a bit. Also he had started to mark prior and that stopped as well. As far as cheese goes we give it to Bacon quite a bit as a treat he totally loves it, with the yogurt we froze it in ice cube trays and would use that as a special treat.

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    Default Re: Neutering Question

    Both mine were done fairly early (on the recommendation of their vet). One of mine has more of a wrinkled face, and ended up with a serious case of Entropian, which without surgery is difficult to fix and can be very uncomfortable and turn serious as far as eye sight and health of the eye. I moved and my new vet mentioned to me that she never spays/neuters wrinkly face dogs (bulldogs, sharpeis, mastiffs), if there are no other issue involved, until they are 2 years old. That gives the skull the time to get to the size it is destined to be and reducing chances of excess skin (ie wrinkles) turning into the eye. Which is basically what the entropian is, the skin around the eye turning slightly in, enough for the fur to actually rub the eyeball and cause an ulcer. It also happens from the eyelashes turning into the eye. Not sure if it would have been avoided, but the vet did mention that to me.

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    Great info to consider

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