Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Spay & Neuter Lies

Statistics from the American Humane Association also reveal unneutered dogs are 2.6 times more likely to bite than neutered ones.

Do you really believe that?

I don’t. And you shouldn’t either.

These kinds of “statistics” are claimed by animal rights organizations and well meaning, but uninformed activists.

These kinds of “facts” are used in designing dog law.

They are bogus, and not based on any kind of valid scientific study or survey. There are many such “facts” being floated out there by animal rights nuts. Just like the one where they say that neutering (castration) lowers the risk of testicular cancer… well, duh… you can’t get testicular cancer in a dog without testicles! If cancer was such a big issue with intact animals, then all the animal kingdom would have died out thousands of years ago. These are animal rights lies, made up to scare you, because you care for your dog.

I have worked with innumerable dog bite cases. Not one was solved through spaying or neutering. The dog was the same aggressive dog before and after. It is a wasted effort. Besides, some dogs SHOULD be bred, because of their outstanding genetics… you’ll never see any of that in any animal rights literature.

BEWARE: The spay/ neuter debate is just a backdoor way for animal rights nuts to ban the breeding of all dogs.

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