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RE: Question about neutering

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Posted by: sdooey at Wed Mar 24 22:40:13 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sdooey ]  
   

Just to put your mind at ease... I have a 8yr. old male that has been neutered at 7 months. About 2 years ago I aquired an "active" un-spayed female that quickly went into heat. She made her attempts to lure him into her paws and at first he wanted nothing to do with her. After a while, he must have realized that he was supposed to mount her, and did.(Sometimes getting the wrong area, but he tried!) They will always have the instinct, but they will not necessarily act upon them. And if they do...you can almost guarantee that nothing will happen.


   

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