What can I do with a randy male dog? Is there some sort of relief? He is not castrated and seems to want to hump the other male dog who is castrated. He has never mated, will it change his personality or is it best to leave as is. This is not too serious a problem, he only ever seems to want to do it when the other dog is excited to see me.
Wow, this is a simple answer... HAVE YOUR BOY STERELISED NOW!!!! And yes, it will change his nature, to a calmer boy. It could also be a dominant behaviour, but let me know if this continues after he has been neutered and we can discuss this. I promise you he will be much happier, not so frustrated as intact dogs can smell dogs on heat over a long distance and this causes so much more aggression, frustration, and hecticness. Imagine you are a man, of about 18, living in the playboy mansions with 30 gorgeous girls walking around naked all day long. You are not able to touch them but they drive you crazy. Not a nice feeling? Well, this is how your boy is feeling, so chop them off. Its the unselfish thing to do.
Do you have furry worries ?
Michelle McCann of Tamed & Framed Pet Photography is a contemporary photographer based in Cape Town. Her artistic and illustrative style transforms your furry friends into fine art. She will donate 10% of her fee to FurKidz, please have a look at her website www.tamedandframed.com and book a shoot for your FurKidz!
"Although swollen and sore, it was an experience of a life time, a hospital, friendly people, nice medication (made me float), and uncle Andre and auntie Richelle (Lucky Lucy Foundation), how they loved me like their own. Although people call me vicious, I really am not, I just protect my family. I went back home and I was so excited to see them, I thought I wouldn't see them again, so I was so happy!"
"The auntie says she is waiting for people to help pay for my care, all I know is poverty and no clue how to raise money, but maybe if I asked it would help: Can anyone please, ggrrrr.....help pay for the care I received to be able to walk again?"
On the pictures you can see Rocky`s family and the place where Rocky and his family, who have fallen on very hard times, stay currently.
Rocky has been treated at Tableview Animal Hospital if you would liketo help you can donate to the Vet. For verfification please contact Dr.Leask at Tableview Animal Hospital on 021 557 1101, the account details for Rocky's vet bill are:
Account Number: 1088090729
Branch Code: 108809
Reference: Lucky Lucy Foundation Rocky
To read Rocky`s story, click here
Winter will soon arrive and the Animal Anti Cruelty League branches in Epping and Bellville would like to prepare early this year to make sure all their dogs and cats have warm and cosy blankets. Please donate a blanket or two! For more info please call the AACL Bellville on 021 951 3010 or the AACL Epping on 021 534 6426.