Are guide dogs male or female?

Asked By: Hazel Gislason
Date created: Wed, Apr 28, 2021 6:39 PM
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Both male and female dogs are used.

There may be reasons why a person receives one rather than the other, such as client preference or the need for a small or large dog.

With the exception of Breeding Dogs, all Guide Dogs are desexed.

Both male and female puppies are desexed at approximately six months of age.

Answered By: Grayce Gusikowski
Date created: Thu, Apr 29, 2021 8:42 PM
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Male and female dogs together are less likely to fight each other than dogs of the same gender.

Spayed or neutered dogs also are less likely to enter the fray.

dogs may take a few hours to become fast friends, but some Dogs may never get along very well.

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Most K9 dogs that are used are male dogs. However female dogs are more and more used as K9 dogs as well. Where male dogs are often more aggressive and stronger, female dogs can be used as service dogs as well. Female dogs are often used as single purpose dogs.
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Most K9 dogs that are used are male dogs. However female dogs are more and more used as K9 dogs as well. Where male dogs are often more aggressive and stronger, female dogs can be used as service dogs as well. Female dogs are often used as single purpose dogs.
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It has been observed by many that female dogs have a better temperament after they have been spayed, often displaying much less aggression and becoming mellower.

As with female dogs, if you do not intend to breed your male dog, it is best to neuter it while it is young to improve its behavior and make training easier.

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It has been observed by many that female dogs have a better temperament after they have been spayed, often displaying much less aggression and becoming mellower.

As with female dogs, if you do not intend to breed your male dog, it is best to neuter it while it is young to improve its behavior and make training easier.

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True, dogs aren't exactly a fertile market for self-help manuals.

But a new study finds that the brains of male and female canines are not the same - and in at least one task, the females have an edge.

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Reality: Females make just as good of an MWD as their male counterparts and are frequently used.

They meet the same standards males do in becoming certified military working dogs in both patrol and detection.

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