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    Hey Pug,

    Sh*t, never heard of them growing back, from what i know though it is medically impossible - so rest easy. I have known a few desexed males who have humped up big time still even after losing their bits. My Zep doesn't hump and he's desexed, but Lola humps like a porn star at times (and she's a girl and she's desexed too!!!).

    Humping as i know it isn't always a sexual advance driven by their private bits but can also be a way for a dog to assert their dominance. I have also read that instinctively a dog can hump for no other reason but just being an inbred natural instinct.

    As embarrassing as it it, it is sometimes so funny to watch!

    Enjoy the moments and get your camera ready! WhooHooo.

    SH, Lola n Zep

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    Haha no i dont think its possibe for dogs nuts to re-grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    Haha no i dont think its possibe for dogs nuts to re-grow.
    You never know hahaha

    Don't worry, it's either play or he has still kept his mo-jo Mine's desexed but when neighbours girl is in heat he gets horny as hell, flirts big time and sometimes humps her and she loves it. On the other side her male is not desexed and hardly has any sex drive at all. Woos! We joke around that it's too bad she picked herself wrong husband

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    it could also be a dominance issue

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    So they do actually remove the nuts entirely when they de-sex a male dog? I thought they might have just cut the tube thingy like they do in humans.

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    No, they remove them from the sack, no stitches even needed as it heals so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    No, they remove them from the sack, no stitches even needed as it heals so fast.
    Male dogs are stitched. I think you might be confusing a cat castration and a dog castration. Male cats, when desexed young, do not always need stitches. Dogs always do though however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Male dogs are stitched. I think you might be confusing a cat castration and a dog castration. Male cats, when desexed young, do not always need stitches. Dogs always do though however.

    Right, shuddup Di, my last castration was indeed a cat and Shads was that long ago I forgot. Sorry for the well intended but false information brain fart.

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    Mental images...

    Cheeky bugger. I'd say it's a behavioural issue rather than a sexual one. Testes cannot re-grow.

    We used to have a girl dog who was a terrible humper... Some dogs just do it...

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