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    Intact. Entire. NOT de-sexed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Intact. Entire. NOT de-sexed.
    oh ok, i have no reason too? I'm aware it lowers testicular cancer (obviosuly, because there not there) But i see no other reason..

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    So he doesn't escape and impregnate another dog. Entire males have been known to break down doors to get to a bitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    oh ok, i have no reason too? I'm aware it lowers testicular cancer (obviosuly, because there not there) But i see no other reason..
    IMO you have every reason to be a responsible pet owner & have him de-sexed asap.

    What if he smells an on heat bitch & believe me the "in tact" boys can smell an on heat bitch from miles away, & yes the boys will do just about anything to get to the bitch even if it mean jumping 6ft fences, smashing through glass windows, chewing through timber doors etc. Hormones take over & the boys become feral horny buggas.

    It is still your responsibility if he happens to impregnate a bitch, what will happen to the cross x cross breed puppies, pounds are already full enough with out your & other pet owners irresponsibility adding to the numbers waiting on death row at pounds.
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    Another reason is because your dog is a cross-breed. We don't need more of them in the world, and accidents do indeed happen. Every day. Every minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    IMO you have every reason to be a responsible pet owner & have him de-sexed asap.

    What if he smells an on heat bitch & believe me the "in tact" boys can smell an on heat bitch from miles away, & yes the boys will do just about anything to get to the bitch even if it mean jumping 6ft fences, smashing through glass windows, chewing through timber doors etc. Hormones take over & the boys become feral horny buggas.

    It is still your responsibility if he happens to impregnate a bitch, what will happen to the cross x cross breed puppies, pounds are already full enough with out your responsibility adding to the numbers waiting on death row at pounds.
    We also have a female Border Collie.. and when ever shes on heat they are seperated, for a good week he wont eat properly.. but he quickly gets over it.

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    Very irresponsible. Very, very irresponsible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    We also have a female Border Collie.. and when ever shes on heat they are seperated, for a good week he wont eat properly.. but he quickly gets over it.
    IMO...it sounds like a great idea to get all your dogs de-sexed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Very irresponsible. Very, very irresponsible.
    I dont think thats a very fair statement, you dont know my situation.

    I see no need in de-sexing him, and if anything bad were to happen ill cop it fair and square on the chin, i believe my dog is happy and healthy and overall is loving life.

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    So you dont see a reason for desexing the bitch either?

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