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Old 10-05-2007, 01:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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After effects of neutering..

I was just sitting here wondering how much of an effect does neutering have on a male dogs establishment as an adult.
Does the male hormone being removed from a pup to early effect the over all build and shape of a dog? I know genetics play a big part but it seems that this would have an effect also..
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Old 10-05-2007, 03:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I was told that nuetering a pup before 5 months will cause the dog to contintue to grow because the hormones are messed up. I just asked the vet about this yesterday cause I need to have DaVinci neuterd young so Mikado wont dislike him and the vet said that no there is no proof to that. So I guess I will find out first hand cause DaVinci is going to be done in 4 wks and he will be only 14wks old.



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Old 10-05-2007, 04:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
 

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When I rescued my Pupp he was 4 months and Fixed already. I also Wondered if it would affect his growth
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from what i have been told by vets and also by a doberman breeder that it does not have major impact on the growth of your dog that it is all about genetics, nutrition, and excercise. we neutered tuck between 5 and 6 months and he is now 11 months and outweighing and taller than my dad's 3 year old apbt
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from what i have been told by vets and also by a doberman breeder that it does not have major impact on the growth of your dog that it is all about genetics, nutrition, and excercise. we neutered tuck between 5 and 6 months and he is now 11 months and outweighing and taller than my dad's 3 year old apbt
On your very large breeds aka Mastiffs if you neuter or spay them early there can be a chance they do not meet there proper height (to be 26" but ends at 25") this is not proven only a myth. As just like us we have very tall parents but we end up being 5'5.

BullPunk is correct proper diet, and exercise will help the dog out greatly.

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It seems to me that it would stunt their growth...
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:19 AM   #7 (permalink)
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From what I was told it has the opposite effect. The hormones go crazy and they continue to grow. I have always had my dogs fixed at the age of 5 monthes. DaVinci has to be done sooner cause Mikado doesn't care for male dogs so I thought if I got it early he won't have a problem with him.



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