How does neutering stop dogs' bad behaviors?

09/8/2011 | Seattle Times, The

Testosterone production in male dogs seems to be responsible for many aggressive and anti-social behaviors, although other factors including breed, personality and socialization play a role, say veterinarians Brad Crauer and Jennifer Mills Buchanan. Neutering cuts testosterone levels and will usually stop many of the behaviors, including mounting and marking with urine, unless the tendencies stem from other factors.

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