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Did Your Dog &Quot;Change&Quot; After Being Neutered?
We'Re Getting Our Male Dog Neutered Next Week, And I'M Just Scared He'Ll Be Changed (Attitude, Etc) And I Don'T Want Any Stupid Comments Saying, Omg I Can'T Vbelieve Your Doing That, Thats Mean Blah Blah Blah. You Want 10 Points Give Me A Good Answer With Examples. Thanks

Many people feel that neutering an animal is cruel, it isn’t. The fact is that it is actually much healthier and more beneficial to your animal. The terms related to this procedure "fixed" and "spayed" for the females ( Terms: "*****" for dogs or "Queen" for cats ) or "altered" for the male (Terms: "Dog" for canines or "Tom" for cats) are pretty negative but the procedure is a very loving and positive thing to do for your pet.

Benefits to your pet after neutering mean that females have less chance of ovarian cancer or uterine infections if it is done before their first "heat". Each cycle they experience increases the chances of illness greatly, as much as ten times each! The other benefit is that you will not have to clean up the mess which happens during her cycle! The behavior benefits mean that your pooch or feline will be calmer and more reliable. You also won’t have to bat the male dogs or cats away and deal with the fence climbing, dirt digging, fence destroying mongrels or yowling, prowling, spraying and fighting tom cats!

Neutering your pet is just as important! It takes only one escape to find a female and become a villain of pet overpopulation. One cat and her kits will produce over 420,000 cats in about seven years! Males who are neutered have less of a desire to roam, fight, mark and be destructive. They also have less problems with the prostate gland and testicular cancer. From a behavioral standpoint, neutered animals are more reliable, stable and have about sixty percent (60%) less problems than those left "intact."

MYTH: I want my dog to be protective.
FACT: Spaying or neutering does not affect a dog's natural instinct to protect home and family. A dog's personality is formed more by genetics and environment than by sex hormones.

MYTH: I don't want my male dog or cat to feel like less of a male.
FACT: Pets don't have any concept of sexual identity or ego. Neutering will not change a pet's basic personality. He doesn't suffer any kind of emotional reaction or identity crisis when neutered.

Decreased Aggression: One of the most important behavioral advantages of castration is that as adults, these dogs will tend to be less aggressive both toward other male dogs and also people. The androgen (male) hormones, of which testosterone is the most important, are responsible for the development of many behavioral patterns. When young puppies are sexually mounting their 7 and 8-week old litter mates this is because of androgen surges in their bodies. The same is true with aggressive behavior. Some medications that have androgenic hormonal activity often cause increased aggression (an example would be the birth control medication, Cheque Drops, which contains one of these androgen-type chemicals). The degree castration has on suppressing aggression varies between animals and the age at which it is done. Its effect is greatest if it is done before one year of age.

Decreased Roaming: A second behavioral advantage of neutering is that these dogs will not 'roam' when they sense a female in heat. Male dogs can sense females in heat through pheromones. These are airborne chemical attractants that are liberated from the female when she is cycling. They travel through the air for great distances. We grew up on a farm where the next closest house was over a mile away, but when one of our female dogs was in heat, the males would come for miles from upwind, downwind, and crosswind. Pheromones are, to say the least, very effective stimuli. In the seventies, it was briefly popular to do vasectomies on dogs thinking that we would not be taking the 'joy of sex' away from our canine counterparts. The problem with this reasoning was that many of us keep our dogs restricted in our homes, a kennel, or on a chain. Now think of the psychological stress the vasectomized male is under when he is locked up, but yet smells that female in heat four blocks away. There is no joy of sex, as he is trapped on your property unable to go and mate with her. He is, in effect, teased continuously for three to fourteen days while the female is in estrus and he is unable to mate with her. If dogs are neutered at an early age, they will not sense or respond to pheromones, and would certainly be less stressed and tend to stay home.

Increased Concentration: A third behavioral advantage occurs when you are training or working your dog, or using him for field work. If neutered, he will be a much better student with a much longer attention span when there are females nearby that are in heat. This is because he will not be constantly distracted by pheromonal stimuli.

No Testicular Tumors: There are several different tumor types, both benign and malignant, that arise within the testicles. As with most cancers, these usually are not noted until the animal reaches 5 or more years of age. Therefore, these would not be a problem in those individuals castrated at the recommended age.

Fewer Hernias: A hernia is a protrusion of an organ or parts of an organ or other structure through the wall of a cavity that normally contains it. Perianal hernias occur when the colon, urinary bladder, prostate, or fat protrude from the abdominal cavity, through the muscular wall by the anus and then lie just under the skin. This type of hernia is far more common in older, unneutered male dogs. The levels of testosterone and other hormones appear to relax or weaken the group of muscles near the anus. When the animal then strains to defecate or urinate, the weakened muscles break down and the abdominal organs and fat bulge out under the skin. In shorthaired breeds, this large bulge is noted by the owner almost immediately, but in the longhaired dogs, the problem may go on for months before anyone realizes there is an abnormality. Left untreated, these organs may become damaged, unable to function or even die from loss of blood supply. Additionally, because of the displacement of organs into this area, the animal may not be able to defecate or urinate correctly or completely and may become constipated or have urinary incontinence (dribble urine). The surgery to repair this condition is not simple and today can easily cost $700 to $1500 or more, depending on the severity.

Fewer Perianal Tumors: There are tumors whose growth is stimulated by testosterone. These occur near the anus and are called perianal adenomas (benign) or perianal adenocarcinomas (malignant). As with the hernias, these usually do not occur until the dog is at least 7-years old. They require surgical treatment and should be caught early in their development to prevent recurrence. These tumors and the above hernia are very, very rare in those individuals castrated at 7 to 8-months of age.

Fewer Perianal Tumors: There are tumors whose growth is stimulated by testosterone. These occur near the anus and are called perianal adenomas (benign) or perianal adenocarcinomas (malignant). As with the hernias, these usually do not occur until the dog is at least 7-years old. They require surgical treatment and should be caught early in their development to prevent recurrence. These tumors and the above hernia are very, very rare in those individuals castrated at 7 to 8-months of age.

On Average, How Much Does It Cost To Have Your Dog Neutered?
Well, We Just Got A New Female Dog, But She Is Only 8 Months Old. We Also Have A Male Dog. They Are Both Crossbread, But The Male Keeps Breeding With The Puppy. We Really Don'T Want Her To Get Pregnant, But We Don'T Know How Much It Would Cost To Get Him Neutered, How Much Did U Get Charged To Neuter Ur Dog?

It's a good idea to get them BOTH "fixed", because even though your male may not be able to impregnate your female, there is the potential that other intact males may. You'll also not have to deal with messy/annoying heat cycles from your girl, and you'll SIGNIFICANTLY reduce the risk of reproductive cancers in both dogs.

The cost depends a lot on where you go. Some shelters and low cost clinics will spay and neuter for as low as $50 or less. Other veterinary hospitals will likely charge you around $200 (give or take) for a canine neuter, and $50-100 more for a spay (as it's a more complicated procedure than a neuter). I do believe that in most cases you get what you pay for when you go to a fully-functioning veterinary hospital -- more often than not, you get a higher standard of care than you would at a shelter or low-cost clinic.

Good luck!

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Does Anyone Know Of A Good Mobile Vet?
I Live In Fairburn,Ga.All The Mobile Vets Seem To Be In Metro Atlanta,Douglasville,And Everywhere Else But Here.Does Anyone Know A Mobile Vet That Makes House Appointments In Fairburn???

don't know if he is good because i don't live near you but here is what i found and not sure how close that is to you

Healing Hands Mobile Veterinary Service, LLC View Phone (404) 867-4081
Serving Villa Rica, GA 30180, Villa Rica, GA 30180
Dr Brown Comes Around

Veterinary Surgeon And Doctor?
Hi Can Some Guide Me Were Can Get Veterinary Surgeon/Doctor Degree Near Nj Which Is Best Unviersity? As I Am Keen On Studing This

So take that you are still high school? well first, you can;t get a degree in vet/doctor in undergrad (that is the basic 4 years college that you attend right after hs). you attend a college (any college), major in an area that interest you, for instance if you like math, then major in math, or if you're a science person, perhaps biology, chemistry of etc. and along with the major you are a declared (pre-vet or pre-med) student so that you can take the required classes needed to prepare you for graduate school, and once you pass the exam (like MCAT for medical school), then you can pursue your "career choice degree). that is the further 4-8 years addition after the undergrad. for a doctor (including residency is around 8-10 years total) with the undergrad accounted for, and for a vet is about addition of 4-6 years after undergrad. so good luck. here are some undergrad school that are great, and they also have awesome grad school. UPENN, YALE, Columbia, Boston College, Univ. VIrginia, and Princeton just to name a few in your area. Good luck

Is Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine A Doctorate Degree?
Is Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine Considered A Bachelor'S Degree Or Doctorate Degree?

A doctorate refers to a PhD. Medical and veterinary doctors have a medical or vet degree, which is higher than a bachelors or masters (requires a bachelors to apply to the program, and grants a degree after 4 years of advanced coursework and training in the field) but is not as high as a PhD, which requires original research and publications in the field. So no, it's not a doctorate, but you would be called a doctor since fields related to medicine also use the title doctor.