Will two neutered male dogs fight over a female in season(heat)?

Asked by Member 924626 on Dec 6th 2009 in Health & Wellness
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Boys will be boys. They still have testosterone flowing through their veins and it comes out when a bitch in heat is near. Neutered males can still tie a female, and if it's within a month of surgery there is a small chance she could take. It's rare, but it's happened. So yes, the teeth come out when there is the possibility of a good, well, shag. Boys are boys regardless of the specie ;)

Quincy- FM TFE-II TDIAOV CGC answered on Dec 7th.

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I'll give an educated guess and tenatively say that since neutered males can still mate with a female (though they won't produce any puppies unless neutered less than a month before the breeding), yes. Some might.
~Tiffany, breeder-in-training

Member 371549 answered on 12/6/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Depends on the dogs, but yes, lots of them will, and it can get pretty nasty!!!!

Member 641257 answered on 12/7/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


yes, fix the female as soon as you can.
even though they can not produce a pup, they will still have the instinct to Hump.
The smell she produces will also make the males fight, yes, the males have no concept like us that they are fixed. Their scents and animal instinct are very much Intact still.
To be fair to their well being I would spay her pronto so all the dogs can be happy together within the home.

Dieta answered on 12/7/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer