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Rather than have a female dog spayed, can you sterilyze her?

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It is fine to spay a female dog so that she will not have puppies. However at the same time, it is unfair to take away a females dog's pleasure by eliminating  sexual intercourse for her.

Accordingly should a female dog be sterilized instead? It would solve two problems: The dog would not have puppies yet at the same time would enjoy the pleasures of sexual intercourse.

related to an answer for: OMG do dogs have periods?
asked Dec 28, 2016 in Pets by WOLF (671,480 points)

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Getting an animal spayed does not keep that animal from having sex with another male animal. I live in the country and we have animals and almost from birth these animals will almost hump anything that moves, including its sisters and its mother. I have raised bottle babies and had them spayed and they go right on doing what they do. My husbands little dog will hump her toys and seems to get great pleasure from it. She would most likely hump a male dog if any were around.

answered Dec 28, 2016 by seajaih (215,640 points)
I do not approve of dogs engaging in incest (or anyone).
LOL tell the dogs that!  It doesn't matter to them if anyone approves or not, it is a natural thing for them to do.
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Getting dogs spayed or neutered has the added advantage of preventing cancer which is common in dogs. When a dog humps it's toys it's a dominant action. It's not sexual it's the dog claiming dominance over the toy. 

Never regret anything because at one time it was exactly what you wanted.

answered Dec 28, 2016 by Glasgowbelle (1,418,790 points)
Very true!  It just 'looks' sexual.  lol
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