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    Default Re: Post-Neutering. What can sometimes happen.

    Possible behavior issues is one thing and another is that Usko doesn't do good with stitches. Every three ops that he has had have been unsuccesful and he's had another to correct the first. I dread that after neutering he will bleed in to his abdomen or something along that line...

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    It's very confusing.. but there's a very real chance that having one intact and the other castrated can lead to issues. That's my fear for Riikka. @RiiSi I think you're putting it off for as long as you can? I would.

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    Default Re: Post-Neutering. What can sometimes happen.

    @RiiSi does it have to be done eventually? Or can you get away with not doing it?


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    It would be beneficial, cause of his prostate keeps getting enlarged and that can lead to problems with urinating and that can lead to stones. So I'm screwed if I do it and screwed if I don't....

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    @RiiSi does it have to be done eventually? Or can you get away with not doing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    It would be beneficial, cause of his prostate keeps getting enlarged and that can lead to problems with urinating and that can lead to stones. So I'm screwed if I do it and screwed if I don't....
    I wish I could help, but you're in a tough situation. If you do decide to castrate, better sooner than later.. but you know that..


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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    It would be beneficial, cause of his prostate keeps getting enlarged and that can lead to problems with urinating and that can lead to stones. So I'm screwed if I do it and screwed if I don't....
    This is what happened to Tyson. Enlarged prostate That's why we had to neuter him at 8 yrs. old.

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    Default Re: Post-Neutering. What can sometimes happen.

    This an an interesting thread.
    Louie is intact & very dog friendly. I'm surprised he isn't dog aggressive because other dogs always want to attack him & I was wondering if it was because he was intact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily View Post
    This an an interesting thread.
    Louie is intact & very dog friendly. I'm surprised he isn't dog aggressive because other dogs always want to attack him & I was wondering if it was because he was intact.
    It could be because he's intact. It could also be because for whatever reason, other breeds can have a problem with bulldogs.

    I'm not going to worry or try to correct his behavior anymore.
    Just staying out of the dog parks and keeping him away from most dogs. He has Wellie to play with so I'm OK with it.


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    Default Re: Post-Neutering. What can sometimes happen.

    Good idea

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