Facts About Spaying and Neutering | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

Facts About Spaying and Neutering | Teacher's Pet With Victoria Stilwell

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Follow eHow Pets for regular tips from Victoria Stilwell and more: There are many misconceptions about what spaying and neutering means for your dog. Today I’m speaking with veterinarian Dr. Bruner, discussing the health and behavioral benefits of spaying and neutering. In Teacher’s Pet, Victoria Stilwell shows you how to employ her Positively Method to train your dog the right way, growing your level of communication to strengthen the bond between you and your pet. Have a question for Victoria? She’ll be checking in regularly, so be sure to leave your comments and questions below. Victoria Stilwell is widely known as a dog trainer, author, and television presenter. Stilwell served as a judge on the CBS show Greatest American Dog and is best known as the host of the Animal

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12 Responses

  1. 123wakeupnews
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    2:02 oh i laughed so hard

  2. Randilz1970
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    even if a few people respond to this it’s great let’s hope alot more do it

  3. delindamck
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  4. TheQueenofawesomness
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    When you spay your bitch, does it still have her period?

  5. Brandorkable
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    thumbs up for Victoria saying bitch(female dog :P)

  6. milpa24
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    Yes, it is…Cats can have kittens more often than dogs and the cat population grows geometrically…Cats need to be spayed and neutered around 5 to 6 months old, their character doesn’t change at all, on the contrary , they become more playful less aggressive and they don’t develop, esp. the female cats, problems with their uterus etc. But it’s most important because it helps control the stray cat population, so many are abandoned or die in the streets or in shelters. So neuter,spay and adopt!!

  7. delindamck
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    I was curious about this… and I wonder if it’s the same for cats.

  8. TheRachaelann
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    this is very out-dated information by this doctor. Please read this study titled ‘Long-term Health rish and benefits associated with spay,neuter in dogs. by Laura J. Samborn, MS on may 14, 2007. Google it there are other studies, also, that show what we use to think were the benefits are not true. Neutering a dog before he is fully grown is very harmful to his long term health. In terms of bone growth and cancers. do your research, dont just take the word of one person that has outdated data.

  9. Luke68ish
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    besides my neutered dog had started to put on weight, regardless of diet and exercise regime…

  10. dontpugme
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    I think the only reason to put neutering on hold is if you have a dog that is very unconfident. I think his or her confidence should be brought up and then neutered.

  11. LovingElision
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    everybody should spay or neuter there dogs , unless they are a registered breeder

  12. Brandorkable
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