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Dog going crazy after, being neutered

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Well its been a week now when my dog had been neutered, but now the problem is my dog is going insane! She never use to dig holes now shes digging trenches, she never use to bite and destroy things now shes she biting everything! What can i do to make her stop?!
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Sounds more like a puppy issue than a spay issue. How old is your dog?
augrad said:
Sounds more like a puppy issue than a spay issue. How old is your dog?

I agree - how old is she? I have a thing for teenage pups right now and that is what she sounds like, 7 or 8 months old. Dogs are like kids and they all go through stages just like kids. Post back.
shes 5 months old :lol:
sounds like just a councidence that the spaying and the outta control came right after each other!! Definitly case of the teenage years. I got Kate sort of after her went through that phase so I'll let someone else take over on this topic
Bren said:
shes 5 months old :lol:

Well she is at the "5th/6th" grade stage. Full of play and bounce and mischief. And just think you still have 18 months to go before she can be considered out of her teens. What she needs is just consistant training and follow through by you with lots of patience. I know she is a girl, but ask yourself, "how would you handle a young boy with this much energy?". Lots of exercise, playing and proper training. If she has not been to an obedience class yet, that would be a good place to start. Good luck.
thanks for the help guys
Definitly the teens!!! Lucky you. I have a handful myself, I've got two of them. I think the best thing you can do is obedience and lots of exercise. I've been doing a four mile walk 4 times a week with my girl Heidi and usually when we get home, she doesn't want to do anything but relax. On the other days we go to the park. Not only does it tire her physically , but she gets alot of mental stimulation while we are out as well. It really helps to get them out of the house for a while. I'm not sure if it is safe to go on long walks at 5mos. but someone on here should know. Hang in there, she'll mellow out.................................................................eventually! :twisted:
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