Can neutered dogs still get stuck? It is rare, but not impossible, for a neutered dog to get stuck when mating with a female. “It’s more likely if your dog was recently neutered. That’s because he may still have higher testosterone levels than he did later,” says Greer.
Research suggests that neutering may increase the risk of some health problems in dogs and decrease the risk of others, and that earlier neutering (less than 12 months) may be associated with an increased risk may have some health problems compared to later neutering.
Commonly reported complications of neutering dogs include the following: Surgical incision dehiscence. Scrotal hematoma. Bruises.
Acute redness, swelling, or bruising at the incision site. bleeding or pus at the incision site. Vomiting or diarrhea for more than 24 hours after the procedure (some immediately afterwards may be normal as a result of the anesthesia) The incision site reopens.
It is important that you monitor your pet’s surgical site daily to check for signs of bleeding or infection (i.e. weeping or weeping sores, swelling, or blister-like masses under the skin). A male dog’s scrotum may become swollen after spaying. A slight swelling can be typical.