|Barked: Tue Aug 8, '06 2:20pm PST |
|We had Ricky "fixed" at 8 months. Our vet also suggested this age, but mainly because, being a small dog, Ricky is even more prone to these cancers.
What we suggest is to consult with a different vet, and get some seconds opinions. If you don't want Rudy to start raising his leg, they when on walks, don't lead him to any hydrants, trees, or anything large portruding from the ground,such as trees and stalks. He will of course, in time, raise his leg, but other times, he'll squat. It has to do with maturing, not whether or not ne's neutered.
Lipstick, BOL, never heard that term before. It usually happens when a dog gets really excited. Ricky, being fixed and all, still gets extremly excited sometimes and this happens. If it happens for extended periods of time, have it checked by a vet, most definately. Neutering again cannot help this, it'll still be happening.
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