Can neutered dogs still get erect?

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Most people don't realize that this behavior isn't limited to intact male dogs, nor do they know that neutered males can display erections and ejaculate just like intact males.

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Dogs will get occasional erections, even if they are neutered.

If your dog's penis becomes erect and visible for a period of time but then returns to being fully enclosed within the prepuce and all else seems to be normal, you probably don't have anything to worry about.

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Erections can occur even if a dog is neutered, and full erection may result in the entire engorged penis and bulbus glandis extending outside of the prepuce. It's important to note that a dog's erection may last for just a few minutes or up to an hour or so.
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Dogs will get occasional erections, even if they are neutered.

That said, Dogs will sometimes have persistent erections or not be able to retract the penis back into the prepuce due to hair that encircles the penis, neurologic problems, prostate disease, or anatomical abnormalities.

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Depending on how long ago your dog was neutered, yes he can still breed a female after neutering.

However, even if he has no sperm, a neutered male dog can still get an erection and theoretically tie with a female dog.

This will not result in pregnancy if it has been more than a month since he was neutered.

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Depending on how long ago your dog was neutered, yes he can still breed a female after neutering.

However, even if he has no sperm, a neutered male dog can still get an erection and theoretically tie with a female dog.

This will not result in pregnancy if it has been more than a month since he was neutered.

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The take home message here is that if you neuter your dog, don't worry, he can still have sex – if he wants.

Most likely he won't want to.

With the lower testosterone levels he won't have a red hot libido.

As a result, the general rule for neutered males is to keep them away from females in heat for 30 days.

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Although marking is especially common in male dogs, female dogs also often do it.

dogs who have been neutered may still mark territory, although the behavior is significantly less prevalent in them, according to the ASPCA.

If a dog wants to claim something as being his, he may mark it whether he's neutered or not.

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