I have a 6 months old puppy, it is time to get him fixed but I am worry about that. I need your opinion.
What kind of a 'fix' do you need from him? Like behavior fix? If he pees in the house, tell him no, point to where he peed and say "No," very firmly. If he rips up furniture, then that's the time you tell him no as well. This will motivate your puppy to behave himself when he does something bad.
There are many medical and behavioral benefits to neutering a dog. These medical benefits are very significant, too. Neutering will remove the chances of testicular cancer and prostate problems. The only behavioral changes you will see are related to the sex hormones. Neutering decreases urine marking, roaming, aggression, social problems and inappropriate mounting. It is best to neuter your dog before the age of six months. If you see urine marking, roaming, aggression, social problems and inappropriate mounting even after neutering, then it is time to seek professional help from a dog trainer. Neutering will not immediately fix behavioral problems. It will not change fearful behaviors, either. Some neutered males will become attracted to intact males. Some may grow slightly taller than average. There is a very slight increase in osteosarcoma. Neutered dogs are at an increased risk of developing hypothyroidism. A dog's metabolism will slow down after being neutered. I feel it's important that you learn the potential drawbacks to neutering, too.
Puppies are very lovable in nature and they like to listen to their masters’ words. Therefore, you should train them with some lovely ways. If they are doing any kind of unwanted work, then just tell them not to do so by showing any kind of negative gesture. Likewise, tell them the thing that they should do and restrict them from doing things that they shouldn’t and they will definitely understand those words that you want to tell. Thanks for the conversation.