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    Default The "red thingy" in my pup's pee pee

    Ok, I can't help it, but the red thing that protrudes just grosses me out. He's only 14 weeks! Isn't he a little young for that?! It's happened three times now and only when he's sitting. I'm wondering if he feels some sensation that makes it happen or something. Does this go away after neutering? Poor pup looks like he did something wrong when it's sticking out.

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    Specer's did it that early. And...it does not go away with neutering
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    Nope doesn't go away after neutering.... Kosmo's comes out when he's really excited a LOT.

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    Ahh.... typical males then huh? Yuck. lol
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    Lol... welcome to the wonderful world of boy dogs.

    A friend of ours refers to it as the "lipstick."
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    It is called the lipstick, I haven't seen Dudleys lipstick for almost 1 1/2 years and I only saw Darby's before he was neutred. I haven't seen it since but that doesn't mean I won't.

    Just calm him down and it will go back in.
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    Oh, the red rocket.

    I saw duncan's for the first time in about 6 months two days ago. Arty's is little for adventurous and makes appearances regularly.

    Ashley - Mom to Duncan (4 years/blenheim) and Arthur (3 years/ruby)

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    Once again I am laughing hysterically outloud at work and I am getting funny looks. We either go by "red rocket" or "lipstick" as well. I have never seen Cody's and he is 6 months old. I am just fine with that.

    Wesley's is gross and bulgy looking But I haven't seen it much since he was nuetered. The only time it comes out is when he is really really excited about something and it COMPLETELY grosses me out!!

    Stewie is a little horn dog and his donut bed seems to rub him just right. He always wants to hump the heck out of it when company is over, so we have learned to put it away to avoid a show. The poor little guy, he used to get "satisfaction" out of that before he was snipped, now he just gets frustrated
    I love my Wesley, Cody, Zoey & Stewie

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    I'm having one of those terrible days and really needed to laugh!!!!!

    Our beloved Charleys' was on display whenever he got over excited.

    Neutering didn't change a thing.

    When I saw the thread, I thought you doggie had a urinary infection...LOL

    Thanks again for the laugh....it does relieve stress!! ;D

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    well i have a girl so :P

    But a more useful and helpful comment would be....when your boys get their adult neutered full coat, it will be somewhat veiled compared to other breeds - or so I think?

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