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For me, it is not an option not to spay or neuter, you just have to do it. Not only are you not contributing to the pet over population but there are many health risks when you don't do it.

As for the bathing, when I got Spencer & Sydney as puppies, they were shampoo'd right away. Just make sure to get a good quality puppy shampoo or an oatmeal shampoo for dogs. Rince them really well. I only give them a bath about twice a year now but as puppies, they got them more often.

Just take it slow and be consistent. I am able to clean ears, eyes and cut nails without them even thinking twice about it now but that is because I started to do it all at a very young age.
 
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