Irrespective of having some obvious differences that are physical male and female dogs are not all that different. But, your pet dog’s biological intercourse can occasionally explain some health that is specific and habits, particularly if the animal is un-neutered or un-spayed.
INSIDER talked with veterinarians and dog-behavior specialists to determine just just how your pet dog’s biological intercourse can are likely involved into the animal’s behavior and general health.
In many cases, un-neutered male dogs are more inclined to attempt to mark their territory or others that are hump
“Un-neutered or ‘intact’ male dogs tend to be susceptible to urine marking and humping,” Ashley Valm , shelter behavior supervisor during the Humane save Alliance , told INSIDER. . . .