Youngstown Dog Boarding
Competition between malein our Youngstown dog boarding facility would be unbearable if we didn't insist that all be fixed. A lot of times male try to get rid of the other ones to be the one who can mate with the available females. Way before male come face to face with one another, they will already be aware of the presence of other male that are around because of the olfactory messages they leave around. A male dog responds to these odors by leaving his own odor hoping his rivals will discover through the smell that he is stronger and the dominant dog of the area. Not even a fence can stop a male dog determined to get to a female dog in heat. Many male resort to digging a hole under the fence to get out. Male are able to smell the pheromones that a female dog produces while in heat even at a distance of five kilometers. Don't be surprised if you see a female dog surrounded by a bunch of male when she is in heat. Male that have not been neutered go at long distances to find a female dog in heat. Even when they are not able to find any within their area, the urgency to mate is very strong and it can lead them to travel at great distances until they find what they are looking for. Male lift their leg as high as possible to leave their urine on a certain area so that other are able to smell it. When a dog is out on a walk he will usually mark prominent objects, usually right after the dog has carefully smelt the mark left behind by another dog in that same spot.