Wednesday, January 07, 2004 :::
Gives the doggies something else to lick, I suppose. From Wired:
Some pet owners are wracked with feelings of guilt and, apparently, inadequacy after having Fido neutered. But plastic surgery has gone to the dogs -- or come to their owners' rescue. Gregg Miller spent more than two years and $500,000 to develop "neuticles," polypropylene or silicon implantable balls that allow precious pooches to look the same after being castrated. Some owners are even going for a more well-endowed look, ordering neuticles that are too big for the dog. Miller's business is so popular that he is being asked to provide implants for other animals -- including water buffaloes and rats. "If I lost mine, I would want them to be replaced with the implants," said Miller. "It's a male thing."
And here are a couple quotes from satisfied customers:
"Baby Snow has all the benefits of being neutered-Neuticles are just a whole lot nicer."
"I've put off neutering "Crooked Joe" for months and when I found out about Neuticles and spoke to them it made me feel better about neutering. Joe not only looks the same now- but dosen't know he's missing anything."
Oak Park, Ill
Somehow, I bet Crooked Joe knows he's missing something. And with a name like Baby Snow, what good are balls anyway?
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