Do you have a pet?

I have a dog and a cat.

The dog still has his testicles.

Should I remove them?

If so, how?

I don’t think you need to worry about the dog impregnating the cat.

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Do you have a pet?

  • Yes.
  • No, I used to have one (or more), but I don’t anymore.
  • No, my family had one (or more), but I wasn’t its legal guardian.
  • No, never.
  • Jimmy Nail

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You probably should. I would suggest asking the vet to do it.

(is this a joke thread? advice still stands)

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The dogs bollocks aren’t really all that great.

Two cats here - looking to add a dog. Any recommendations of subservient dogs?

Any dog should be fine.
What kind of size are you thinking?

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You should only remove the genitalia of your pet(s) if you are willing to do the same to yourself.

  • True
  • False
  • Tralse
  • Farue

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Rex Hamster died a few weeks ago :frowning_face:

Thinking about getting some gerbils for my flat in Newcastle.

Retriever-sized I think.

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But probably whatever is available at under extortionate level :smiley:

Could go for a rescue dog?

Two dogs and a cat. All male. Not a single testicle between them.

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Yeah, we’d like to. Would need to be very young though - a lot that we’ve looked at need to live on their own without other animals.

We also want our cats to feel superior to it when it’s a puppy and it can grow into them, so to speak.

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I don’t have a pet but there is a little furry bastard who turns up every day demanding food.

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There are too many animals in shelters/being put down/on the streets so I know that the right thing to do is neuter/spay/chop bollocks off but it really upsets me if I think too much about it.

My cat has had his balls removed this very morning

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You’ve got three quite different breeds there.

If you want subservient, don’t go anywhere near a Shiba Inu.

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I do, here she is.

Also today I gave her a flea treatment and she jumped up onto the open window and threw up in disgust out the window like somebody drunk in Ibiza

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We just had Molly spade. Not going to lie it as pretty upsetting. She was properly not herself for 3 days or so after but she’s back to normal now and I’m 100% sure it’s better for her (and us) in the long run.

There’s so many dogs out there who haven’t been neutered it’s scary. Easy to see why animal shelters are full :frowning:

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The last two are both Spitzes, but the Finnish on (third) looks a lot like a Shiba Inu. I don’t think there are any breeders near us anyway. There are Japanese Spitzes near us apparently.

In reality, I’d be more than happy with a scruffbag like this

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