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Posted: 9/4/2001 9:26:20 AM EDT
My fiancee took him to the vet this morning to get his manhood taken away from him. I know it's good in many ways, but I bet he'll be really scared until they drug him. Do you think I'll see a behaviour change?
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 9:34:37 AM EDT
If he was aggressive in nature, you might notice a bit less of an "edge" to his personality. Oh, and he will probably stop humping your leg now...
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 9:38:49 AM EDT
He will probably walk a little slow and stiff legged for a few days... When my dog had his manhood removed he would look between his legs then look up me with worrying eyes. I think he was wondering "where did they go!". :-) Smalls Semper Fi Oh yeah. After the operation he didn't run away as much.
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 9:54:59 AM EDT
Notice how it's always the woman that is more than happy to take the dog to vet. Owwwie! Be a nice guy and spring for some replacement Nuticles so he has something to lick after the operation.
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 9:59:53 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Sodie: Be a nice guy and spring for some replacement Nuticles so he has something to lick after the operation.
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I couldn't agree more Get him some rock falsies and while under the knife, get him some pectoral implants. Make him look buff for the womanz.
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 10:05:19 AM EDT
My Girlfriend took our dog for the "operation" about a year ago. Poor guy, not only did they do the "snip-snip" but they pulled 12 teeth while he was under. He was so drugged up for the next week, he could hardly keep his eyes open. Kiwi
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 10:15:25 AM EDT
Mine too! One of my dogs came down with pancreatitis on Friday...was in vet ICU all weekend. He's okay now...but it was $850. I'm getting insurance! QS
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 10:57:44 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Bud: If he was aggressive in nature, you might notice a bit less of an "edge" to his personality. Oh, and he will probably stop humping your leg now...
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He's not really aggressive, but he does challenge me more than he challenges my fiancee. However, he is more responsive to my commands. As far as the humping goes...that better stop. He's 7 months old and weighs 55lbs. He's already getting difficult to control during those situations. Time for obedience school.
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 10:58:17 AM EDT
Originally Posted By QuietShootr: Mine too! One of my dogs came down with pancreatitis on Friday...was in vet ICU all weekend. He's okay now...but it was $850. I'm getting insurance! QS
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Glad he's okay!!!
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 11:24:13 AM EDT
When I saw the topic of this thread, the first thing that came to mind was this JoeCartoon Animation. [url]http://www.joecartoon.com/cartoons/mydog.html[/url] Sorry, but I lmao the first few times I watched. Definitley worth the download time if any of you haven't seen it.
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 1:08:08 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 9/4/2001 1:09:40 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Cope: When I saw the topic of this thread, the first thing that came to mind was this JoeCartoon Animation. [url]http://www.joecartoon.com/cartoons/mydog.html[/url] Sorry, but I lmao the first few times I watched. Definitley worth the download time if any of you haven't seen it.
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I'll second that! JoeCartoon rocks. Some very funny shit.
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 1:14:44 PM EDT
Originally Posted By USNJoe: [url]http://www.neuticles.com/index1.html[/url] [img]http://www.neuticles.com/webpics/anilogoc.gif[/img]
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Hey I wanna extra set for myself! I'll take the extra large please [whacko]
Link Posted: 9/4/2001 1:33:20 PM EDT
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