Would it be considered cruel animal abuse if oversized neuticles were implanted on a small dog?
OMG.....What the HELL? OK, I give up. Obviously I've died & awakened in a Fantasy land somewhere in space. I know I'm getting older, aging and perhaps becoming a bit off the radar link to the nearest tower, but this question is really "NUTS!"
First of all, In my wildest imagination, I had no clue there were fake testicles for neutered dogs...not mention the fact that I cannot imagine for the life of me, why they exist. OK, yes, I googled, I read but I don't buy the hoopla. Don't try to make me. I really don't want to know.
Strange as it may seem, I've made it quite successfully to the age of 68 without needing to know neuticles are available & why anyone should purchase a pair for their dog. And frankly, I'll bet you I could have made it just fine through to the end of my life, still ignorant to this info!
However, because YOU, ptosis have asked this question, thus educating me ~~thank you very much for the arbitrary offering!....and because I am a dog (and cat) Lover.....Yes, most assuredly, I would consider it animal cruelty to have oversized neuticles on a small dog. In fact, I would not consider having my dog undergo this procedure at all! To be perfectly honest, he is happily neutered and by the way, doesn't even like to fetch balls.........I need a nap. Here's to the Family Jewels! Paula
It is a stupid signalling / ego thing on the part of the owner, and it is bad for the animal.
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