Hello, I adopted a 1 year old, male, shar-pei/great perinese mix about six months ago from the pound. The pound fixed him right before we adopted him. Right away we noticed that every time he got nervous or a little excited, he would urinate uncontrollably. He doesnít really pee to mark. The vet checked him for infections and he had none. They prescribed anti-anxiety pills that kind of worked but made him aggressive. Heís not on them anymore. Thatís just the tip of the iceberg. A few months ago he started doing something strange. He was sitting on the couch and trying to contort his body around so he could scratch his lower back with his mouth. His lipstick (lack of a better word) was all the way out and he started humping against himself and climaxed. Then his lipstick was still out and he started whining and licking it until it eventually went back in. Now, he does this about once a day. If he was fixed, can he still ejaculate? I donít think any sperm comes out, though. Even when he accidentally urinates, his lipstick comes out and itís big as if he has a hard on. Do you think that he wasnít fixed right? He gets a lot of exercise, eats well and seems very healthy. Have you heard of anything like this? Should or can I do anything about this or just let him go blissfully blind? Any input would be appreciated. Thanks, Jeffrey Peedidhe?
Sorry, LOL I've never heard anybody call it lipstick. LOL If he's neutered he will have no testicles in his sack. When pups get neutered really young, their sack never gets the chance to stretch, so basically that area wil be nearly smooth. A neutered dog can still try to do the humpty dump. Just not impregnate anything. Just most don't bother. If he was recently neutered, it can take a few weeks to a few months to get rig of all the testosterone in his body. If it bothers you, what he's doing tell him to knock it off. Maybe a squirt bottle will be helpful.
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I have a 3 year old lab mix and we had him neutered really early, around 6 months, and he started humping things about a year ago out of the blue. At his last physical I asked my vet about it because I was concerned that he wasn't fixed properly as well since his "lipstick" was always coming out and he has the exact same problem of peeing when he's excited, scared, etc. My vet told me that it's normal and nothing to worry about. So I guess it's just one of those things you think you won't have to deal with after they're fixed but some of us unlucky ones are stuck with it forever!