K Kardashian gets her dog neuticals

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  1. Shakou

    Shakou New Member

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    Kind of stupid, but hey. The dog is now fixed.
     
  2. Emily

    Emily Rollin' with my bitches

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    Yes. Why?

    ETA: I have no moral problem with cropping, docking, or dewclaw removal but I do think it looks weird.
     
  3. Renee750il

    Renee750il Felurian

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    Let me know when the Kardashians are fixed ;)

    Although I do have sympathy for their brother :eek:
     
  4. Shakou

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    Hahaha
     
  5. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Or buttholes.

    I'm definitely the same way. The joys of longhaired dogs.
     
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    Just curious because it's often thrown the other way. Altering a dog is altering a dog, surgically speaking.
     
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    I don't like the look of stuff down there either. I'd be more inclined to keep a male intact if they could make them invisible! Some dogs I don't notice it on so much, but on some, they are just **BAM** in your face. A coated dog would be nice, but I also know that I don't like combing poo out of feathery legs. Maybe just a little toupee to cover the offending area? Can someone invent that for me?
     
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    I like the coated dogs too, same reason! I don't want to see THOSE all the time. Funny though, we had a golden that came for boarding. Sorry to be graphic but he had a set for a black great dane on him. Black, huge and apparently his skin wasn't strong enough to keep everything neat, because I swear they hung down past all the feathering. It was just wrong. I'd have to neuter him if he was mine. Or get a dingleberry lift or something. :rofl1:
     
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    And I don't like the thought of cleaning POOP/PEE out of furry dogs.......I'd much rather look at hoohas, balls, and buttholes! That sounds kind of wrong, but you know what I mean! :rofl1:

    FTR, I hardly remember what it looked like when Orson had his balls........now his sacks are shriveled and the only time you see them is when he's licking the area in front of your :rolleyes:
     
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    Yeah the amount of hair on coated breeds turns me off..all that hair catching on.. everything. This is coming from someone who has long haired cats (a Ragdoll & a DMH) who keeps them in lion cuts practically year round.. if they aren't totally shaved, they always have "sanitary" cuts. You'd think I'd just stick to short haired cats LOL.


    Although I do want a BC someday. I guess I'll have to get over it ;)
     
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    Get a smoothie! My malinois never have nasties on their bums. :)

    And these aren't THAT easy to see, it's the saving grace that he's not been neutered yet. LOL

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  12. CharlieDog

    CharlieDog Rude and Not Ginger

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    Backup looks like a dinosaur there.


    Though I thought you might like to know that my phone wanted to call him a cactus for whatever reason.
     
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    When the time comes, all options will be considered. Although Eric's all "If you want one of those, it has to be a fluffy one." But I usually win any dog-related argument anyway.

    Backup's are acceptable. Sako's aren't that bad from this angle..

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    All I can say is if you don't want to see stuff -- male or female, you DON'T want a Fila, lol!
     
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    Labs are a good balence. Furry enough to cover the bits, not so furry that poop gets stuck.
     
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    :rofl1::rofl1::rofl1:

    Oh the things you'll read on Chaz!
     
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    You know, my BCs never get anything in their coat. Gyp is from some very heavy coated show lines on his mother's side, so he has some issues if he gets sick- but my others are very clean. Like, I haven't washed Fiona in at least 6 or 7 months and she doesn't smell that bad.
     
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    Why are people so bothered by dog anatomy? lol My neighbor has an intact pit bull and I don't really even notice. My dogs' privates aren't something I normally look at.
     
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    This is probably the weirdest conversation. I don't really notice balls...sometimes dogs with really uh...large hoohas bug me. :lol-sign:

    Fez gets crusty butt sometimes and his..sheath grows hair forward and it gets tangly and matted with urine. I'm always shaving him 'down there' to keep it tidy. Manscaping!
     

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