Howdy everyone,
I have a SGP/Husky Mix, at about 4 months of age the dog started to have erections. However it seems to have them so often that im beging to think there might be a health problem.
It happens when the dog is sitting or is laying. I dont know what to do, it is very embarrasing.
By the way, the dog is not neutered and intend to keep it's manlyhood in tact.
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I have a SGP/Husky Mix, at about 4 months of age the dog started to have erections. However it seems to have them so often that im beging to think there might be a health problem.

It happens. The dog is happy - and in tact.
By the way, the dog is not neutered and intend to keep it's manlyhood in tact.

That's nice, but you also put him at risk for medical problems down the road including cancer. You have to weigh the risks. Your embarrassment and dog's "pride" (yarite) vs: the life and general health of your dog.

-Sharon
I have a SGP/Husky Mix, at about 4 months of age the dog started to have erections. However it seems ... problem. It happens when the dog is sitting or is laying. I dont know what to do,it is very embarrasing.

Yeah, they do that. It's part of having a boy. Get him snipped and he won't do it as often.

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By the way, the dog is not neutered and intend to keep it's manlyhood in tact.

Why? Neutered dogs enjoy life just as much, if not more, than their intact buddies.
5 reasons to neuter:
1) Intact males are often targeted by neutered males you may find that youcannot get out and socialize at dog parks or anywhere where dogs and their owners gather.

2) Neutered males are less likely to mark in the house and do less markingof your trees and bushes.

3) Neutered males can be left alone outside if a female is in heat within 5miles of your house your boy will try anything to get out to get to her. If he smells a *** in heat when he's off-lead you can say good-bye to him b/c he's MTL not going to come back and you become one of the people responsible for the pet over-population problem. Research indicates that 80% of dogs hit by cars are intact males, neutered males are much less likely to roam.
4) There is zero chance that he will develop testicular cancer and prostrateproblems are greatly reduced.

5) Removing his urge to mate focuses more of a his attention on you, aidingin training.

Kristen and
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I see it as intact males, LOOK for trouble, with neutered or intact males.
you may find that you cannot get out and socialize at dog parks or anywhere where dogs and their owners gather.

Perhaps with some dogs and some people, IME AND IMO.
2) Neutered males are less likely to mark in the house and do less marking of your trees and bushes.

Disagree a bit with this.
Intact males do not mark in the house here. Of course this is only in IMO and IME.
3) Neutered males can be left alone outside if a female is in heat within 5 miles of your house your boy will try anything to get out to get to her.

Actually if a neutered dog has ever had it, they still try to leave to find it.
If he smells a *** in heat when he's off-lead you can say good-bye to him

Hmmm , well that is not the case here and I have two intact males.
b/c he's MTL not going to come back and you become one of the people responsible for the pet over-population problem.

In Europe most good dog owners do not spay or neuter their animals.

Good dog owners do not let their dogs roam and breed,accidently, period.
Research indicates that 80% of dogs
hit by cars are intact males, neutered males are much less likely to roam.

Here I find, that many fogs that we pick up are females, and neutered males.

We do not get that many intact males.
4) There is zero chance that he will develop testicular cancer and prostrate problems are greatly reduced.

Only one of my males was ever been neutered all lived till 13, and 14 and 15 and none had any prostate or cancer problems.
5) Removing his urge to mate focuses more of a his attention on you, aiding in training.

I do not see how my dogs could be in any more tune with me than they are.

With their jewels or without.; )
And again I like my male dogs to look a certain way, and we have been there before, so we should not do along thread about it now.

Anyway to me what ever you want to do is fine . However when I adopt my dogs out they are spayed or neutered for sure, as I would never want to be a part of an accidental litter.
Paulette~
Paulette~
Very well put, and thanks!!!
I dont know what to do, it is very embarrasing.
..Then quit staring at him!
By the way, the dog is not neutered and intend to keep it's manlyhoodintact.

..Why?
buglady
take out the dog before replying
I dont know what to do, it is very embarrasing. ..Then quit staring at him!

REALLY!
I wonder why he is so horny!
OFF WITH HIS MANHOOD!!
By the way, the dog is not neutered and intend to keep it's manlyhood

intact. ..Why?

Maybe this person is from Europe.
buglady

Paulette~
Oh BALLS said the QUEEN If I had TWO I'd BE KING! ; )
It is very difficult not to notice when that thing comes out to play!
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