I couldn’t agree more. It’s amazing how much a dog with a spayed female can still attract some of the males in our society. There are over 50,000 spayed females in the United States, of which some of them will still be attracted to a dog with a spayed female.
I can’t imagine any animal, particularly a pet, being immune to the “love” that is so prevalent in our society. But spaying a female dog should be the next big thing in pet husbandry.
Spaying a dog is really just an issue for the future. While it’s a small step, it’s definitely a step forward. Spaying a dog with a spayed female will not only increase the odds that the dog will not return to a female, but it also increases the chances that the dog will have no desire to breed.
But what if the dog was spayed with a male dog, or if a male was spayed with a female? Then this scenario would be possible. And we would have spayed dogs.
Here’s an idea: If you spayed a female dog with a male dog, or the female with a male dog, the probability of the female dog being female will increase. In fact, if a female is spayed with a male dog, she will be more likely to be female and if the male is spayed with a female, the odds are that the male will be male.
Of course, this is all speculation. But if you’ve spayed a female dog and a male dog with the same female, this is a possible scenario. In fact, a dog with a female will be more likely to be female. The odds are that the same female will be female and male dogs will be male.
The reason this works is because the female is more likely to be female because she is more likely to be a spayed female and thus more likely to attract a male dog. Of course, a male dog with a female can be a male in a different circumstance. For example, if a male dog is the only dog and the female is with another male dog. In that case, the female dog is likely to be female.
This is actually a common misconception. I’m sure there are many things in life that we have seen that didn’t work out. For example, if you walk into a supermarket and walk up to the cashier, you will likely be approached by a dog. But if you walked up to the cashier and told her you were there to buy some milk, you would likely be greeted with a male dog.
This is not a new thing. It was a common and common belief that if a dog was looking for a female, they would be attracted to her. This was also a common myth. The myth was that if you walked into a store and said you were looking for a female, you would be taken to the bathroom, and any female looking for a dog would be attracted to you.
The first time I was ever approached by a male dog was when I was a teenager. I had to go into the men’s room at school to pee, and I didn’t know what to do. I stood there for a good 15 minutes, trying to decide if I should turn around and walk home, or if I should just go in and tell the guy I wanted to buy some milk. To my surprise, the only person that came out of the men’s bathroom was a female dog.