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02-02-2014 07:36 AM
OriginalWacky
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Originally Posted by Tide vom Nobles View Post
I now have two intact males. We found a Doberman Pinscher that is about 1 to 1 1/2 years old in a parking lot about an hour ago. He is obedient an looks to be a show dog, but I did noticed he marked. I am going to have him neutered due to no papers or pedigree on him so that I do not have to neuter my 6 month old GSD. I have two females in the home that are neutered and have had my 6 month old GSD since 8 weeks. Do you think it is smart to neuter the new male?
Um. Have you checked around to see if this dog has an owner?
01-31-2014 09:01 PM
coulter I'm getting a male and it's nice to know he probably won't mark
01-31-2014 08:59 PM
mcdanfam
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Telephone pole, fire hydrant, table leg, floor lamp, etc.
Our friends dog used the register at petsmart.....:-/ The cashiers foot was a little to close....:-/


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01-31-2014 07:36 PM
MichaelE
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what's a vertical opportunity??
Telephone pole, fire hydrant, table leg, floor lamp, etc.
01-31-2014 07:17 PM
onyx'girl I've had neutered males come into my home and mark. I don't really believe that neutering vs intact makes a difference in it. Dogs develop the habit and it should be managed. My spayed female Kacie is a marker too. She has never done it inside but will mark over the other dogs pee or will just mark randomly on walks.
01-31-2014 07:02 PM
shepherdmom
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Intact males may mark into new homes. Never had one do it in my own. So if you go visit someone, keep him on leash until he is fully used to the new surroundings. Give the Dobie a chance first.
I had a neutered male do this once.
01-31-2014 05:46 PM
wolfy dog Intact males may mark into new homes. Never had one do it in my own. So if you go visit someone, keep him on leash until he is fully used to the new surroundings. Give the Dobie a chance first.
01-31-2014 02:49 PM
mcdanfam
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The only male animal I've had mark in my house is a cat and a very drunk husband....never a dog, neutered or intact.

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01-31-2014 02:48 PM
mcdanfam We have a 15 month old male, he is not altered.....he has never had an accident in the house (even when potty training) and he has never never marked in the house! You may never have a problem if he is trained. :-)

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01-31-2014 02:42 PM
Tide vom Nobles
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Originally Posted by havery View Post
The only male animal I've had mark in my house is a cat and a very drunk husband....never a dog, neutered or intact.

~*~*~*~
Furbabies:
Sofie Rose born 08/2012
Yann von Erzengel born 02/2006
Priceless! Made my day! Haha
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