Yes, of course! Any responsible owner would do that as soon as possible, but if you are going to show or breed the dog of course not. Has anyone else heard this, when we got our male pup Buddy, I didn't want to get a male because of them lifting their legs but our Vet told me that if you get them neutered at 3 months they won't lift their legs? We had Buddy done at 3 months and 2 weeks and he didn't lift his leg, only once in a while when we were walking and he spotted another male dog. When we got Cody, a small male the vet said that with small dogs they don't do it at three months, they wait until about 6 months so the organs are bigger and stonger. Buddy was a Golden Retriever/Collie mix and Cody is a Bichon/Westie mix. Cody was done at 6 months but he doesn't lift his leg either, just once in a while and he looks so funny doing that he is awkward doing it and unsure of himself.
Yes. Do not deal with the huevos. No show quality or breeding stock here though. The kitty is nuetered also. Think I just got mine clipped too, my mom called a couple minutes ago and let me have it something fierce. Pet-related...made a bad referral..ouch.