In loving memory of our big dog Sampson a rescue from Pet Finders. GOD has one more angel in heaven, we love you and miss you big dog!
As you may or not recall we buried our big dog Sampson from Cancer last November. Sampson was a rescue who was neutered at eight weeks old by the humane society. I was surprised to learn that cancer in male dogs is linked to neutering too early. As always do your homework before making any decisions. All dogs must have fences. It is the responsibility of the owner to keep the dog on our property. A male dog that is not neutered will go looking for a place to make more dogs.
I am not a breeder nor a show person. My animals are part of our family we want each one to live a full life and stay as healthy as possible. Share the news and safe a life.
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Should you neuter your dog, and if so, when?
If you are a bottom-line kind of person, and want your male dog to live as long as possible but don’t want to read the rest of the article, the answer is still yes — but wait until he is at least a year old.
If you are breeding or showing your dog, do not neuter him. Breeding and neutering are not used in the same sentence for obvious reasons. If you are showing your dog, you already know that shows like to see dogs with all of their parts. If your dog will be an athlete or a hunting dog, you may also want to consider not neutering your dog.
That’s because cancers we once thought were preventable by neutering, such as prostate cancer, are now thought to be increased by neutering. And there is now no doubt that large-breed dogs who are neutered suffer more bone and spleen cancers than those who are not.
GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!
Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC
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