|01-21-2014 09:15 AM|
|01-21-2014 09:06 AM|
|01-21-2014 12:26 AM|
I know neutering a male won't necessarily stop aggression. That's what I was trying to say.
|01-21-2014 12:00 AM|
|01-20-2014 11:51 PM|
|middleofnowhere||It is thought that testostrone is what causes agression and a spayed bitch has more testostrone percentage wise than an intact bitch. So that is why they do not think that spaying will decrease agression.|
|01-20-2014 10:25 PM|
The reason why i think this is simply the female won't have a hormone change twice a year. When the hormones kick of in a female in heat she is much more likely to fight another female. Other females are aroused if a female is in heat and then they are also more likely to fight or trigger one.
If they are spayed they don't have this hormone change. They're simply not in the game. They can still fight over food and territory but won't have the heightened aggression during a heat.
|01-20-2014 08:22 PM|
Drag leash and a Dominate dog collar would help keep you safe. If they clash again this will be useful and explains the how and why of the tools.
Leerburg | How to Break Up a Dog Fight Without Getting Hurt!
Wish for the best to you all.
|01-20-2014 08:10 PM|
I would never allow those two to be together, they now have a history.If this is a want to rather than a have to situation..just don't!
|01-20-2014 07:29 PM|
Something similar happened with my Molly and my daughter's roomate's Akita. They have been friends for a while, then the littlest thing set the Akita off - she is not spayed.
Neither dog was injured like OP's scenario.
Can spaying help a female dog be less aggressive?
|01-20-2014 05:19 PM|
|Msmaria||Have you considered spaying Zoe?|
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