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Why Neutering Your Male Pug Is A Good Idea

neutering your male pug

Neuter Your Little Pug

Hey, everybody. Lots of people believe that neutering your male Pug will be unkind or painful for the dog.

Nothing could be further from the truth. As a matter of fact there are several benefits that come with having your Pug neutered.

7 Good Reasons For Neutering


 

1.0 Neutering  Will Not Hurt Your Dog 

Neutering does not hurt your dog!

If you get a qualified, skilled vet to do the operation there will be no pain.The animal is unconscious for the op, and post-operative pain is negligible. Modern vets urge the use of post-op pain medication. 

After the operation, he will be romping about as if nothing has happened.

2.0 Neutering Your Male Pug Is A Safe Happy Option 

After neutering the dog’s testosterone level drops.

This makes the dog far less confrontational. There will be no reason for him to challenge other male dogs. Your dog will not roam around looking for a female dog. He will be more likely to stay home and behave himself.

3.0 Neutered Dogs Make Better Neighbors 

Your neighbors will have no cause to complain about your male dog barking around the neighborhood marking territory and picking fights.

4.0 Neutered Pugs Are Healthier

The dog will not suffer from hormonal ups and downs. These often lead to issues like stress related illnesses and cancer. He will be less likely to run into the road and be hit by a car.

5.0 Neutered Male Pugs Become More Predictable 

It’s unlikely you will have problems with your pug attacking the neighbors cat.He will not decide out of the blue that your new baby doesn’t belong in the family.

Intact dogs are territorial. They often think they are the alpha dog.

6.0 Its Easier To Train A Neutered Dog

Pugs are more likely to accept that you are the pack leader. He will begin to pay more attention and accept instruction better. Gizmo uses an assortment of other miscellaneous sounds to communicate with us, often with perfect comedic timing to punctuate our own sentences. She’s a natural.

7.0 Neutering Makes Him A Better Pet 

Getting your male Pug neutered will be a practical and responsible thing to do.

 Frank The Pug Is Neutered


 

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Neutering your male Pug will make him far happier and  better settled. He will be a healthy dog and enjoy a longer life.

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Bye For Now

Richard S.

 



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Since I retired from business I have had the time to write. I have learned so much from these dogs over the years and count myself something of an expert when it comes to Pugs.These dogs and their owners deserve to have a voice.If you have anything interesting that you would like to share or any opinions about any of the content I have created on my site please speak up. I enjoy feedback in any form. I would love to connect. Simply leave your comment below and make sure you visit this site regularly as I am always adding new techniques and advice that I come across that I know you will find interesting.Anyways, I wish you everything of the best and thank you for dropping by and I hope you enjoy the blog. If you're a Pug lover like me I'm sure you will enjoy what I have to share. Cheers, Richard S.

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