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Author Topic: Does Fixing A Male Dog Really Calm him Down?  (Read 448 times)
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« on: October 04, 2004, 08:55:35 PM »

My 6 month old is a NUT!  

I know he's ready to be fixed, but I've been procrastinating.  He hasn't humped anything.

Does fixing them really calm them down, or is that an old wives tale?  

I'm doing it anyway, but I'm wondering if there is something wrong with him!  He's not cuddly like my older bichon was.  He fights sleep.

He also always seems to want to bite.  I've taught him not to bite us, but he's always bearing his teeth even when we are petting him.  It's a playful, hyper thing, not nasty.

We call him blade when he does this!

Help!

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« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2004, 09:53:02 PM »

I'm not sure about males...but my Chloe' didn't calm down yet.  She is still as crazy as ever.  We call her dameon alot of times.  She gets this crazed look in her eyes and just goes nuts.  Attaching everything in site including me.  Then she blitzes for a bit and then she is fine.  6 months is still really young so you do have awhile before he is out of the puppy stage.  Any where from 2-4 years is what I've been hearing....so be prepared....

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