Responsible pet ownership also includes taking care if we don't want offspring for our pets (and ourselves).
In the case of female dogs, there are two ways to stop the unexpected arrival of offspring. One method is sterilization, and the other is the much talked about neutering. The latter is also more recommended, because with this intervention not only reproduction can be prevented, but the production of sex hormones will also subside, so it is expected that our ewe, who was always wanting to chat until then, will be much calmer and less runaway.
What if the neutering has taken place, but the desire to wander, the firing has not stopped? Sure, it is conceivable that we can experience this. This can occur if the remains of the ovaries left in the animal's body during sterilization were not completely removed. Unbelievably, this does not stop the production of the sex hormone either.
If we experience this in the case of our animal, we need to consult a veterinarian again, because the remaining tissues will be removed with another operation and the burning will then stop.
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