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I think it`s for breeders who want to control their dogs breeding without getting them neutered/spayed, since it`s permanent.
That is 100% correct. In fact, when it comes to conformation shows like Westminster, a spayed or neutered dog is automatically disqualified. The whole point of such a show is to determine which dogs are the best examples of their breed and should be the ones selected to pass on their better traits to the next generation.
This guy`s selling his product in the right place here, but it would be a mistake to promote it to the general public as an alternative to spaying or neutering pet quality purebred or mixed-breed dogs. It isn`t going to do much to help reduce the number of dogs that die for lack of a home every year.
I disagree, but I would like to hear you defend your statement.
My partner didn`t fix our dog Bailey because he didn`t think it humane and he thought he may have wanted to breed him at one point. Bailey never bred with any females in his lifetime because he was watched responsibly. This can help with people who have dogs in more rural areas, and don`t wish them to be fixed in case they want to breed them in the future, but also don`t want them breeding with their wild cousins (think German Shepherd/Wolf puppies, not a good result).
and im pretty sure at dog shows you arent allowed to fix your dog, they have to check their balls to be sure theyre healthy and all... and when you have an expensive show dog, you dont want any accidental breedings...
You might find some in museums, but laugh at the museum if they`re labelled as being more than 200 years old. Chastity belts are Victorian in origin, not medieval. Anything you hear about ladies being forced into them while their husbands were away crusading and suchlike is a complete fabrication.