Why does Nepali Dogs Lover Like to adopt Male Dogs only?

“A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.”– Josh Billings

Sounds relatable? Yes, most of the hosts are likely to own male pets only. What do you think? Why do they think like that? Is it true? If you are also thinking this way, you are at the right place. Let’s decode the title ” Why does Nepali Dogs Lover Like to adopt Male Dogs only?”. 


Should I get a Male or Female Dog?


The answer is 98% Males. Why Male and Why not Female? According to our research at Indreni Pet Zone, we have found the illogical logic as Female has menstruation and they make homes dirty


Menstruation is a natural process yet not so hindering process in the case of pets. If there wouldn’t female dogs, we can’t get puppies. We request all be responsible owners and take both puppies if you are capable of hosting them. Dogs make lifelong commitments of loyalty being the most faithful creatures on Earth. So, rather than going for genders, we have to be prepared both: economically and socially for pets.


Diving deep into the topic, shreds of evidence suggest that Male dogs are more aggressive and consistent with the fact that aggressive behavior can be triggered by testosterone, the principal sex hormone. Male dogs are indeed greater at posturing, threatening, and challenging each other than females. Unneutered male dogs engage in urine marking(including indoor marking) and attempt to leave home while they are in heat. Some dogs engage in inappropriate mounting on humans, other dogs, and animate objects due to high testosterone levels. As with most mammals, male dogs are bigger and more muscular.


On the flip side, Female dogs are more independent, affectionate, companionable, stubborn, and more territorial than male dogs. Because female dogs are smaller in size and tend to reach maturity faster than male dogs. We might not know, but the female dog will be easier to train than a male dog of the same age because it is more mature. Also, unneutered females have the possibility of accidental mating and false pregnancies (pseudopregnancy).


Hence, there are no gender biases when it comes to pets. It’s more about having them perfectly. Female dogs stop menstruation and male dogs can be also less aggressive after proper family planning.

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