Will Neutering My Dog Make Him Less Aggressive?

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Neutering your dog will actually make it less aggressive, aggression is most common in male animals because of the hormone testosterone. Neutering reduces the levels of testosterone and in most cases turns an aggressive dog into a perfectly acceptable dog. In addition, dogs also have the desire to dominate people around them, neutering will completely remove this desire hence reducing aggression.
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