Can a neutered dog ejaculate pre-cum?

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Something else I was wondering as I've read pre-cum (the clear fluid that comes before the semen to lubricate) does not come from the testicles.
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If a dog is neutered, he had no testicles and therefore no sperm.
He can probably produce pre-cum if it doesn't come from the testis, but no sperm, so no babies :D
Why??
lol!
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I just wondered as I am a person that loves to learn and sexual anatomy, physiology (how it works), and reproduction (mating and what goes on in the uterus) is something I find very interesting. I am quite mature and do not find it gross. ;)
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So then why do you use a porno type of term like "cum" if you are mature about it? Sorry but the last 2 posts you made on this subject are a little strange.
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lol that's what I was thinking dan. If we have to talk about this let's use pre-ejaculate.
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So then why do you use a porno type of term like "cum" if you are mature about it? Sorry but the last 2 posts you made on this subject are a little strange.
Because I thought it was just the common word, like dog is the common word for the species canis familaris. It never crossed my mind people would be offended by it. Oh well, I tried.
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And I don't see how it's strange to be interested in things that relate to canine reproduction and sexual anatomy. People go to COLLEGE to get PH.D's in this kind of stuff! I had a teacher once that had his MASTERS in equine reproduction. He had to be interested in this and learn it to be able to do things like better breeding, embryo transfer and research. But I guess his unorthodox interest made him a sicko. I'm sorry but I do not see the world in such a stereotyped way.
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There isn't a problem with being interested in it. Asking about stuff like ejaculation for prostate health is one thing, but why differentiate between manual release and sexual intercourse? What scientific fact is that based on, that having real sex is better for your prostate than masturbation? That is what strikes me as strange with your line of questioning.
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And I don't see how it's strange to be interested in things that relate to canine reproduction and sexual anatomy. People go to COLLEGE to get PH.D's in this kind of stuff! I had a teacher once that had his MASTERS in equine reproduction. He had to be interested in this and learn it to be able to do things like better breeding, embryo transfer and research. But I guess his unorthodox interest made him a sicko. I'm sorry but I do not see the world in such a stereotyped way.
Who is sterotyping??? :confused: Are you sure you didn't mix up your words??? You have to consider your audience when you type and if you are going to talk about something in an educated manners you should use words that fit.
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I guess these are things you can ask a professor.... does seem a little weird here.
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Sometimes youngin's don't know their boundaries... and which language is appropriate, at least I'm hoping that's what it is...
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But he/she's 20 !!! I thought it was a kid too !
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:eek:
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I can't believe you guys are freaking out over one stupid word. I'll remember in the future that you are not the type of people that can handle talking about mature subjects.
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From what Ive been taught in school, it is possible to get pregnant via pre-ejaculation. Therefore, I would think it all comes (no pun. hehe.) from the same place, the testes. So, if your dog is neutered, I dont think it has the ability to pre-ejaculate.
ahh, the wisdom of the 15 year old mind.lol
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I can't believe you guys are freaking out over one stupid word. I'll remember in the future that you are not the type of people that can handle talking about mature subjects.
pot meet kettle?
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I can't believe you guys are freaking out over one stupid word. I'll remember in the future that you are not the type of people that can handle talking about mature subjects.
And I'll remember that you can't talk about mature subjects maturely.
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I think this question is out of line, there may be many things that interest people but not all of them need to be posted here and in this way. If I had been a mod here I would have removed this post, I find it trolling in a minor way; but of course I respect the decisions of the mods here.
There are some questions where a little research on the 'net, or a question to a vet, may be more appropriate than a public post and I would have tagged this question as one of that set.
Since it is a public question I am entitled to my response, and this is my choice of response so I really do not want any disingenous defenses.
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pre-cum is a common usage...
I think this is a normal place to ask a question like that! Where else?? Aren't we here to answer question?
:D
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common usage where, dizzy? certainly not in medical/professional circles, unless you count the adult industry.
say you were in college taking animal science classes, you'd make yourself look pretty ridiculous with such a choice of words. :)
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I dont think evenstar (sp?) meant any harm at all. He/she is just curious, and there is nothing wrong with that. But I do understand that he should have used the proper terms. Slang can be very offensive to some people.
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common usage where, dizzy? certainly not in medical/professional circles, unless you count the adult industry.
say you were in college taking animal science classes, you'd make yourself look pretty ridiculous with such a choice of words. :)
Perhaps, but we aren't there, we are on a dog forum, not university.... :rolleyes: Therefore the wording is such that everyone can understand it.
And to be honest, I would have NO problem using that terminology in a class. At all. It isn't a naughty word. They even use the word in schools these days to relate to the kids.
Every sex ed. centre in the UK will use that word. There is NO way they use 're-ejaculate' when people walk in...
People only lower the tone when they become giggley or insinuate that something 'rude' was meant by the usage. Which it clearly wasn't :)
No need to make a mountain out of a mole hill :D
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(oh, and I did a zoology degree, and again, would have had no issues using that word had it been necessary!)
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I wasnt offended by the word, just basically that two topics were about the very same thing from the very same person, I felt at first it was a troll trying to goad us. and still not convinced its not to be honest. fact is if this person is doing any form of training, then this question could be quite easily asked in the classrooom by the tutor, I dont see any problem with training in the fertility field. I recently went to a seminar on reproduction and fertility held by my breed club, when I travelled over to the USA the speaker was Robert Van Hutchinson a leading authority on reproduction/fertility/and AI, let me tell you he was very plain spoken, left nothing to the imagination, and took the medically confusing language out of the talk, it was extremely interesting and totally understandable as he spoke in layman terms.
Mo
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No need to make a mountain out of a mole hill :D
lol..no kidding.
I think everyone has nothing better to do today...I don't understand why the 'jumping on her back' reaction...I've talked to evenstar before and she's quite a mature young lady with alot of information to share...I'm sure she didn't mean to offend anyone when she used that word - I've also heard it being used many times, including in sex ed class in junior high...and right, this isn't a university...if I were to copy and paste the amount of spelling mistakes, pathetic grammer usage, and inapropriate slang (or that I at least find inappropriate) on this forum, we'd have a published book...
lets all relax...
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Hey folks, let's this one go !
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