LMAO in her Mommy's probable, she's a mommy's girl so I will get her. Point taken didn't think of that. I will put a blanket down for her. Thank you!I would also like to add that you should bring a large towel with you when you go to pick her up... I mention this because when I picked up Elsa, she was very drowsy and needed to be carried to the car...well, she decided to urinate in her daddy's arms as a thank you. So, bring a towel just in case.
Was this an observation too or is this based on actual research?Because early neutering removes sex hormones, this delays maturation of “osteoclasts” resulting in delayed closing of the growth plates of the long leg bones, thereby increasing the risk of numerous orthopaedic disorders such as cruciate ligament disease and possibly bone cancer.
No, he doesn't squat but he stands to urinate at times without hiking his leg. I'd have to say he hikes it a majority of the time though. One thing that I have noticed is that he seems to have maintained juvenile genitals, which from what I've read, is typical for early neuters.Hi Vanessa
Does you mothers poodle still generally squat rather than cock it's leg? if so do you not find that unusual. Do you find any of the dogs have short attention spans. ot that they can get frustrated easily?
At least you are aware. I am not sure what you mean "you will find out Wednesday" find what out? it is the remainder of you dogs life that will be affected, but you will not know that till later, certainly not Wednesday.
I think we posted at the same time your article was not there when I posted, I will see on Wednesday. I was talking about the collar they put on their neck!