thinking of getting a rottweiler next week

by Norma
(Point Pleasant, WV)

I'm getting a rottweiler puppy next week.

I was wondering if I should get my dog fixed or if it's better not to get him fixed at all?






Hi Norma
It's definitely a good idea to have your pup neutered, or spayed, and doing it before the pup is 6 months old is recommended.

This obviously prevents unwanted 'oops' litters, but it also helps to prevent many reproductive disorders and conditions in your dog.

Best of luck with your new puppy.

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@ NORMA
by: judy

SORRY for responding to Roman...I was so frazzled by Sam's post I just responded reflecting back to his post and wrote in the wrong name...PLEASE do all the research you need not only from this site but any so you can make the right choice..

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@ Sam---WRONG
by: judy

Roman-Please DO NOT listen to Sam. As a dog ownner,expecially a rotti, we should ALL do the right thing.I am on my third rotti now and have spayed all of them.There are so many unwanted and neglected dogs out there expecially rotties..PLEASE be a respnsible owner and make the right choice.My sister had a pit-bull and chose not to neuter him and unfortunately lost him to testicle cancer.As Sue stated you end up with all sorts of side effects from not spay/neutering.You will also find your pet behaves much better after surgery whether male or female.Having a female in heat is a big job to make sure ALL male dogs in the neighbourhood don't get access to her..and believe me they will do anything imaginable to get her.That's where we end up with half mixes that are difficult to find homes for and are less desired..Not many understand the breed and we few that enjoy the breed have to be responsible owners and do the right thing.Be a proud and responsible rotti owner (or any dog owner for that fact) and help contribute by spaying/neutering your pet(s)..I was dissapointed to read Sam's response and felt compelled to respond.In the future I will not waste my time reading any posts by Sam as his heart is not in it for the dogs and his knowledge is not something I can gain anything from.I hope you take the time to research more information so you may make an informative decision..A TRUE rotti lover.....

WRONG Sam....WRONG!!!!!

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roman
by: sam

i whouldent do it i got 2 rotties n they arnt dun its just sad whould u like me to do it to u ???

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