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Old 03-20-2009, 07:20 PM   #11
Michael Lynn
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Hm, all very interesting arguments.

I'm leaning towards getting him fixed, but I would like to wait until he's done growing. He's a husky-something.

I wonder which would be better, do it early so he's more likely to forget it, or later so he's fully grown?

I suspect he'll grow to be the size of a shepherd or husky, so I'll need to research when they stop growing to get an estimate.

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Old 03-20-2009, 09:04 PM   #12
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Why don't you ask your veterinarian when is the best time to get neutered? Dogs get over things quicker than humans... they get hurt emotionally/physically and move on. That's part of why they're so great.

Regardless, I'd suggest you get him snipped. My dog's 13 years old and going strong except for a little dodgy eyesight over the last year, but he's not showing any other signs of trouble and he's snipped. Wouldn't hurt a fly either... as passive as it gets if you're a decent person. If he thinks something's up the fangs show but he's got restraint.
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