I would never force my dog to be neutered. That is a terrible idea. But one of the most common reasons a dog is neutered isn’t that he is causing trouble. Neutering is an act of control. Our dog is a constant reminder of that. A dog’s worth is not defined by his behavior, but by the work he puts in to earn it.
Sometimes, a neutering is done for a medical procedure: a dog can die from a medical condition, for example, if it is too big to fit through a dog’s mouth and too big to swallow, but not too small to pass through the dog’s intestines.
Dogs are not neutered for this reason, though. Neutering is done for a variety of purposes. In America for example, it’s done for medical reasons, for example, to make dogs less aggressive. In other countries it is done because the breed doesnt fit into the right social circle, for example, to make a dog a liability because he is too loud or too aggressive.
neutering does something else too, though. It makes a dog’s body less sensitive to pain. Because a dog that is neutered is not going to be as sensitive to pain, if you were to pull the skin off their back, they would not feel the injury and would not be that worried about it.
There are many different reasons that can make a dog less aggressive than a normal dog. Some, like the breed being too loud or too aggressive, are obvious. However, some are more subtle and not very obvious. For example, dogs that are neutered are less likely to fight each other than dogs that have not been neutered.
The fact is that there are many different reasons a dog might be aggressive. Often, a dog’s owners are doing their best to teach the dog what it needs to do and why it should do it. As a result, neutering can help to calm down or stop a dog that is acting out of control. As for me, I’m a really good dog trainer and this is something that I know will work. I do believe that it will help me be a better owner.
I do wish that I had thought of this before I brought my dog home. I have a dog that is very aggressive as well and I’ve seen it happen before. In fact, I’ve seen a dog fight that ended with two dogs in the middle of the street, so it was probably happening more than I realized. But that’s okay, because I think it will be a small price to pay to change his behavior.
neutering your dog is not something you should do lightly. It is one of the most drastic things you can do to reduce a dog’s ability to bite. You should only do this if you have done all that is feasible to reduce the dog’s aggressiveness in the first place. A good way to learn this is to read and understand the advice from your vet regarding neutering.
Most dog owners are like me. We have a dog who is the “belligerent” of the bunch. Its really hard for a person to say “No, I don’t want to neutered my dog.” But, what would be much easier to say is, “I’m going to make sure he doesn’t get any more food, that if he does he won’t bite you.
I know, I’ve done almost all of this, but I can’t help but question whether it’s worth it. I know it’s not, because neutering dogs is very expensive, and if you want your dog to not bite you then it has to be absolutely necessary. But I have a dog, he has been neutered, yet he bites.