Wednesday, 03 August 2011
A Corgi that's been spayed or neutered makes a fantastic household pet. Usually the spayed and neutered dog can be a much better family pet as well as friend! It is better to spay/neuter your dog while she/he is between 6 months old and 2 years old, but you should know that this procedure can be done even if the animal is older. You won't need to fret in case your pet runs outside if she or he is gonna become the parent for one more undesired litter. Spaying in addition gets rid of the heat period of your girl Corgi, which may usually become messy throughout the house.
Early on spaying in addition has really helped to reduce the risk of the female Corgi to get breast cancer, and the male's risk of getting testicular cancer, as they age. A fixed male behaves virtually no different from an unfixed male in character and also style. It could help make your pet a bit less violent, in cases where he showed an excessively macho temperament prior to neutering. Furthermore, it helps to manage the male's custom of once in a while marking inside your home. No matter at what age the neutering is done, this will not change his personality. A neutered Corgi is much less unhappy whenever any females around the neighborhood were in heat- It is known that before fixing a dog, he'd stop having any food anytime he could sense a female coming in season.
An un-neutered dog may in addition display uncommon habits (like digging under a fence) in his quest to try and get to a female. That will lead to an miserable, thin dog! At the same time, neutering takes away the worry for your beloved dog getting testicular tumors while he grows older, plus helps to keep the outlook of prostate issues within the older Pembrokes to the minimum.
Spay or neuter, it is the best choice for you and your Corgi!