Male that is fixed is humping and getting "stuck"?

I have a 6yr old beagle who was fixed when he was 3 yrs old ( when we got him ). We also have a female mixed bread. When my female goes into heat our Beagle takes things into his own hands so to speak and they land up "stuck" butt to butt for up to 45 mins. IS this "normal" for fixed males? Is it also normal for the crys of help that bolth dogs yelp when this is going on. I wont pull them apart for fear I will hurt them. IS my fixed male the only one that does this and if so do you think I should take him back to the vet that "fixed" him???
Thanks
Answers:
Get your female spayed.
that not normal
just take him to the vet and make sure hes fixed
Honey, they are having "it". Yes, it is totally normal. And the yelping... well.. you know. He is fixed still, don't worry. Good luck!
Just because he's fix doen't mean he still can't mate. He can! You just will never get puppies. Never pull them apart you can do serious harm to both dogs. Get your female spade and this will never happen again.
That's not normal. My aunt had a dog, that the shelter said was fixed. She went into heat a week later. Even tho the vet says he is fixed, he may not be. Go double check.

Good Luck!!
Why not just spay your "female mixed bread" that should take care of the problem. Yes it is normal.
castration does not take away the urge to mate he just cant get your female pregnant,a bit like when a man has a vasectomy he can still have sex just not produce any babies
Yes yes yes its completely normal! He still has his male instincts! No, don't pull them apart, it could damage them both. They may do it but she will not get pregnant since he is neutered. Don't worry it's fine!
It is totally normal,
even after the whole neutering procedure is completed, males still have attractions. (i mean that in the least sick way possible there is no better way 2 put it)

I assure you the vet did neuter him correctly, males do that for the rest of their lives, it is completely normal. Mine has been neutered for 6 mos. and he does the same thing still to stuffed animals. I asked his vet and she said that it was normal and that males always do that, even if neutered.
It's not normal. A fixed male should not have the urge I would think.But I would take him back to the vet that fixed him.The cries are normal it's painful.
He was neutered as an adult and so he has learned the behavior and it may never go away.
Yes its normal... especially in dogs who were neutered at an older age and already had time to learn about mating.. Alot of people make the mistaken assumption that neutering a dog makes them incapable of completing the mating act and removes the urge to do so.. truth is once a dog mates they never lose the urge to do so even if they are neutered. I lived with a male neutered dog who got stuck with the unspayed female all the time, and right now I live with my dog who is not neutered and never even tries to do anything even if a dog is in heat right near him.. because I have kept him from experiencing mating so he has no idea what to do and doesnt have the urge. Your dog was already 3 yrs old so he probably got a hold of females before and still remembers what to do.. dont pull them apart its normal for them to "tie" and be stuck together for a while. Pulling them apart could seriously injure both of them. I suggest getting your female spayed or separating them when she is in heat... that way you wont have to deal with the mess of them acting like dorks and getting stuck together.
You might want to call the the vet just to make sure, but in all likelyhood, he's fine. Remember, he was 3 years old when he was fixed so he had already learned how to do "it" (and he remembers he enjoyed it!). There's no "ammo", now so he's only "shooting blanks". Most (but not all), males lose interest doing it all the way after neutering (half hearted hump, if that, is about all they do). As for the being "stuck" part, try rubbing his face with ice cubes. Sometimes that's enough to get him out of the mood and "deflate". Best thing? Get your female spayed! If she should sneak away while in heat, she could still meet up with an unfixed male!
It's "breed" not bread (you eat that with butter). They are both having a very unpleasant time and it would be far kinder to have your female spayed (not spade, you dig with that). It will prevent her from getting all kinds of diseases and attracting the attention of every rogue male around the place.
YES THIS IS COMPLETLY NORMAL.EVEN THOUGH HE'S BEEN FIXED HE'S STILL GONNA HAVE MALE INSTINCTS. HE'S STILL GONNA HAVE SEX WHEN THE FEMALE IS IN HEAT. IF YOU GET THE FEMALE SPADE THEN IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN ANYMORE. BUT YOU SHOULDN'T TRY TO PULL THEM APART THIS COULD SERIOUSLY HURT BOTH DOGS. I DONT THINK THAT THE FACT THAT HE NEVER REALLY HAD ANY HUMAN CONTACT BEFORE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY DOESN'T REALLY MATTER.

GOOD LUCK!!!!


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