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Neutered Dogs Still Try Sh*G

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eve1974 | 23:10 Sat 27th Mar 2021 | Animals & Nature
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Why?
Today our boy (neutered) was around a *** on heat. He literally "tried" non stop! entire day! Ran himself ragged!
Why? I mean his testes have been removed so surely there's no hormone left to fuel the urge?

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He would have a rest but once recovered he would start again as they know the female is only receptive for a short window of opportunity before taking his face off - unfortunately the boys just see this as playing hard to get! I would separate them but be ready for either to try to get to the other as the girls can be just as keen if they are spot on.
23:45 Sat 27th Mar 2021
Let's face it, Eve, some dogs seem to spend an inordinate length of time humping fresh air. My daughter's dog has a squeaky toy it humps incessantly - it must be mistaking the squeaks for sounds of pleasure :-)
It's not just dogs! We had 2 neutered male cats and the elder one tried on a couple of occasions to have an urge satisfied with the younger one ! The look of confusion and horror on his face to me was unforgettable! Cats separated immeadiately! Being indoor cats ( Traffic bad) prob didnt help. Boundaries were established though and they were best of brothers for many years :-)
I know you weren't expecting it but in fairness to your dog, now you do know, I wouldn't have an in season bytch in the house, even shut away. To the dog the scent is lingering and pervasive.

As a matter of interest, research was done on fighter pilots who lost their gonads. Apparently the chief determinant on whether or not they would continue to have a normal sex life was whether or not they believed they could...I will try and find the paper.
Ken, continued humping can be a sign of stress in the dog.
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Yes woof - I agree. We won’t do that again. It wasn’t fair on our boy nor on the b*tch either

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