- If you've had your dog neutered and are worried about all the other dogs making fun of your mutt's lack of tackle, then testicular implants may be the answer.
, fake testicles for neutered dogs, are introduced.
Miller developed Neuticles, originally marketed for use in dogs.
They can spend only so much time grooming their Neuticles.
As his website says: "Neuticles allowing your pet to retain his natural look, self-esteem and aids in the trauma associated with neutering."
He has sold more than 150,000 Neuticles, at a quarter of a million pound profit.
And in America Baxter the dog is being put through a revolutionary new procedure - inserting plastic testicles called Neuticles
into neutered dogs.
" are designed to give the two-year-old mutt a fully-functional appearance.
So, to safeguard Buck's manliness and his mental well being, Mr Miller invented Neuticles, almond-shaped polypropylene implants which look just like real testicles.
Neuticles cost pounds 16 for a chihuahua and pounds 20 for a St Bernard.
And so do the more than 100,000 other pets in 37 countries who have had the artificial implants called Neuticles
surgically inserted in their scrotums.