SKoth wrote:I gotta agree with Moto on this one. Check the OFA website, there are studies about the effects of early neutering and bone development.
dopeychristy wrote:I have a male pit who is 3 years old and intact. Much like the people who have said they are very careful with their dog and such, I was. I got sick and had to be hospitalized, while I was in the hospital my kids were watching my mother in laws female pit (she was supposed to have been fixed!) and we ended up with puppies. That's a whole other subject though.
My intact dog is built very well, very muscular with a big head and in proportion. Very pretty dog. What I am wondering at this point is if I have him neutered at this late date in his life, will it help with the dog aggression behavioral problems? It seems that neutering him at this point would do nothing because he is already 3. Yes, it would help with no more accidents but I have learned my lesson and he is not going to be around any more intact females! ((Sorry to hijack the thread...You can always PM me with answers if you'd rather not answer here))
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