The neutering of a Bernedoodle corresponds to their reproductive organ. The neutering of a Bernedoodle is done to prevent it from any sexual attention. In the neutering, get rid of all the reproductive organs of the Bernedoodle or just the large part of the reproductive organ. Sometimes people think that this term is only used for the males, but it is also referred to as the female Bernedoodle. Neutering is essential for any Bernedoodle when you are not looking for the breeding process. Especially for the family Bernedoodles. Neutering is necessary for any Bernedoodle to adjust to any family easily.
When we talk about the timing of the Bernedoodle neutering, it can be vary depending upon your Bernedoodle. Usually, people recommended the Bernedoodle neutering at the age of six months. But sometimes people also neuter their Bernedoodle at the age of 12 to 14 months. So we can say the timing of the neutering of your Bernedoodle is mostly dependent upon your Bernedoodle. Different factors can affect the timing of the Bernedoodle neutering. Let’s discuss these factors to know more about the timing of the Bernedoodle neutering.
Growth is an essential factor that can play a role in Bernedoodle neutering because neutering can affect the muscle development of your Bernedoodle. Usually, neuter Bernedoodle muscles grow at a slower rate as compare to non-neuter Bernedoodle. So if you think that your Bernedoodles are growing at a healthier pace, you can go for neutering earlier. But if you believe it’s already growing at a slower rate, than the neutering can further slower its growth rate. This can be the main difference between neuter and non-neuter Bernedoodle.
Aggression is another factor that can play a role in the Bernedoodle neutering. The muscles and bone development is also an essential factor, but when you think your Bernedoodle is showing aggression, you can go for the neutering earlier. In that case, you can go for neutering at the age of six months. I think it’s not harmful to the Bernedoodle.
Sometimes the Bernedoodles develop bad habits that are not good for the Bernedoodles. Especially for a family Bernedoodle. If you think your Bernedoodle has any such bad habit, you can go for neutering earlier.
Breeder and vet advice
Breeder and vet advice is also essential about your Bernedoodle neutering. But sometimes breeders have a contract with the buyers about the Bernedoodle neutering at the age of six months. They don’t focus so much on the other factors. They neuter the puppy at the age of six months. Don’t go for these types of breeders. It would be best if you neutered your Bernedoodle according to your Bernedoodle growth and veterinarian advice.
From all the above discussion, we can conclude that neutering is essential for the Bernedoodle dog. Especially for a family Bernedoodle to easily adjust in the family. Usually, a Bernedoodle can be neuter at the age of six months. But you can also wait until the age of 12 to 14 months depending upon different factors as discussed above.