Neuter or not?

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Barked: Wed Jan 9, '13 1:13pm PST 
I am really undecided about neutering my 1yr.4mth,Rottweiler, they have been after me at the vet since he was 6 mths.I do not plan to breed him but people have told me it stunts their growth and they do not fill out as well.
Any advice?

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Barked: Wed Jan 23, '13 5:36am PST 
The Lord knows all and you must Neuter all males even Stud dogs as this is a way to stop Prostate cancer not aggression.I see though the eyes of a dog and to all pet owners thinking they know what thier doing need to think about the day when the Lord ask why did you poison my animal.That's right we take this wild animal and don't feed them the way the Lord wanted.I'm still looking for the book he wrote about training and feeding.You say dogs need love but it's respect what the Lord made them want.Alpha Females will breed with the Alpha Males so those pups are just what the Lord wants for the future of dogs.Now ask yourself is your dog or any of the parents a Alpha dog if not what are you doing to the Lords animals.The Dingo is a apex predator meaning the best there is but this breed might not be here for the future.But i'm in the history books of the German Rottweiler Pedigree Database that you can check out my pack by searhing for this dog (Int.Ch. ES'82 BS'80'81 KS'80 Dingo vom Schwaiger Wappen SchH III FH Gekort bis EzA HD-) at pawvillage.com

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