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This has to be one of the craziest things I have ever heard of…a sex doll for dogs! Yep, you read right. A dog-shaped sex doll so that intact males can ‘relieve’ their frustrations. Apparently it features an easy to clean reservoir. I don’t think ‘easy’ is the right word. Maybe I’m being squeamish, but considering the other benefits of desexing (in particular, reduced incidence of prostatic disease), wouldn’t it be better for ALL concerned just to desex your male dog?
The sex doll is made in Brazil by Petsmiling and it’s called the DoggieLoveDoll.
If your furry friend is not desexed, now is the time to do it! The National Desexing Network, in conjunction with participating animal shelters, rescue homes, animal welfare organisations, vet clinics and local councils, are offering reduce prices for pet desexing for all of July.
There are many advantages to desexing your pet. Most notably:
- Dogs and cats are happier and safer if they are desexed;
- They are less likely to roam or escape from your backyard and get it fights, hit by a car or impounded;
- They are less likely to get mammary or testicular cancer, or urinary tract disease; and
- Many owners report that their pet becomes more homely and affectionate as they are not wanting to search for a mate (the pet that is).
Finally, by having your pet desexed you will also help to save the lives of animals currently in shelters. Many shelters are already at capacity, and only 40% of abandoned cats and 60% of dogs who enter pounds are ever re-homed.(1) This means that an estimated 100,000 cats and 80,000 dogs that are euthanised every year.(2) By reducing the number of unwanted puppies and kittens through desexing, you are giving the dogs and cats already in shelters a greater chance of finding a forever home.
If you want to reduce this number, please get your pet desexed. If it is the cost that has prevented you from getting your pet desexed earlier, you can apply for low cost desexing at http://www.ndn.org.au/apply-for-low-cost-desexing.html
If you are looking to a adopt a dog or cat, then Perfect Pet Finder has hundreds of desexed cats and dogs from reputable animal shelters and rescue homes waiting for a loving home…just like yours.