DrGregDVM - Prostate Infection in a Dog

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Non castrated dogs are more prone to prostate infections and tumors. This lab suffers from a prostate infection and needs castration and antibiotics to recover. Castration also helps with agression, humping, peeing, and running off. Some large breed owners and breeders are leaving their males intact close to a year of age to allow more muscular and ligament development to occur before castrating

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  • Eleanor Dean Banned Added Thank you so much for this video as my dog a german shepherd is being castrated tomorrow due to prostate problems. He is three years old, and this has eased my mind that I am doing the right thing for him. I have had four german shepherds before and they never had this problems like this.I do hope this works for him, Regards, Eleanor Dean