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Post neuter horn-doggery

Posted By: TwoDog

Post neuter horn-doggery - 02/14/16 09:46 AM

Hey all!
So for the last few days, the glider kids have been largely reclusive--hiding in their pouch and crabbing a lot.

Found out why, just now. Seems like Harley must be in heat.

So my question is--are males still sexually active after neutering? Like humans or dogs? Because Gizmo is supposedly neutered...he looked like he was giving it the old college try nonetheless.

Thanks
Dave
Posted By: CandyOtte

Re: Post neuter horn-doggery - 02/14/16 02:50 PM

Male gliders that are neutered before they mature usually do not develop any mating behaviors. Those neutered after maturity may continue to give it the old college try - even though they are shooting blanks - when ever their female companions are in heat.

Be sure to check Harley for any injuries - the males often hold on to the fur on the female's shoulder but sometimes get more aggressive and leave a hairless red spot or even a mating wound that might require vet attention.
Posted By: Feather

Re: Post neuter horn-doggery - 02/14/16 11:54 PM

Candy is right the boys give it the old college try.
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