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Is it true that that castration reduces aggressive behavior in dogs ?

Is it true that that castration reduces aggressive behavior in dogs ? What is the approx price for this operation ? How much time does it take for the complete the operation and the dog to heal ?
By DoggieDawg · 16 Dec 2008 12:31 pm


By MAVI KENNEL · 17 Dec 2008 10:02 pm
hey misha
who told you about this operation
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By DoggieDawg · 18 Dec 2008 2:54 pm
My first source would be internet and secondly is my dog’s Vet who encourages family planning in pet .
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By PRADEEP KOUSHIK · 04 Mar 2010 10:47 am
Well,it depends on what type of aggression the dog was showing to bigin with?If it was jumping on owner,mouthing ,disobedience,barking,scrachin g on door etc.it was not male aggression but spoiled kid refusing to grow op.That will not change due to FIXING.But male aggrresion,scent marking,dominance fights with other dogs or even owner will subside on fixing.The male hormone Testastrone most of it can not be produced anymore and hence the male aggression that was necessory for the animal to propagate its genes over others but not as a pet.
Bangalore corp. pays NGO s Rs.450-550 for catching a street dog,surgery,post operative and release to the same location. Same if u take ur dog there.Add extra for extra care.Surgery takes 15 min,and dog can go home in 4 hrs.It will fully heal in 4-5 days.
Do not perform this before dog is physically and mentally grown up .i.e. atleast 12 months.Reason, the hormone I mensioned above works in complex way and is needed for proper development of dog.U may even apt for semen preservation (Rs.10k /per year) if u want .
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By Prateek Kashyap · 04 Mar 2010 12:05 pm
Spaying is not a solution for aggression, but spaying can increase your doggies lifespan.
doctors and google are not always right.
As a dog behaviour specialist i suggest to hire a educated dog trainer.
Avoid giving circus training to your dog like sit stand etc. coz no1 can cure aggression buy teaching obedience training. Teach your dog how to live happy life how to enjoy walks etc.
Lack of exercise, pampering or beating can lead to this.

Prateek Kashyap
Nirvana Kennels
Dog Behaviour Specialist
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