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      Sup with the old posts getting renewed. Read most of it, then saw my response, and now I’m all weirded out and drinking whiskey

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      6 to 8 months.

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      One visit to Missouri Valley with my pup recently the vet recommended 12 months, the next visit another vet said 6-12 months. Previous dog I did it around 13 months, no issues nor much for noticeable behavior changes. Have heard of it taming the excessive humpers or fence jumpers, my pups have not been in that category to begin with so no real experience there.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Duckslayer100 View Post
      My thoughts exactly. Unless you let your dogs roam all over the country, or have an intact female at home, what's the worry?

      Both my dogs still have their jewels. One is 4 and the other is 6. Lean, mean, bird-finding machines that snooze all day when not hunting.

      There is no "quick fix" for behavioral problems that neutering will solve. I have heard it reduced the chance of testicular cancer, but then again they don't have their balls any more at that point....so....duh?
      Really ?

      When I had my male lab neutered he immediately quit running over to the neighbors (a mile away).
      Seems to have solved that behavioral issue . . ..

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      Quote Originally Posted by Maddog View Post
      Really ?

      When I had my male lab neutered he immediately quit running over to the neighbors (a mile away).
      Seems to have solved that behavioral issue . . ..
      I suppose now he needs a safe space and anti-depressants after the neighbor girls laughed at his missing balls.

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      mine quit running immediately too. when he was about 7 months he ran away one afternoon. found him 1.5 miles from home in the middle of a dirt field one early spring day (thinking feb) hot on the downwind trail of what was likely something in heat. thinking fox or yote really. fixed him two days later. he has pretty much never left the vicinity of the farm yard since.

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