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if you have an adult male that has already started spraying, it becomes a habbit, and will continue even after being neutered, but of course, nothing comes out, they just make the motion. if it's a young male and he has *just* started spraying and you get him neutered, the behavior should stop because it hasn't had time to become a habbit. if he is neutered before he begins spraying at all, then he should never start.
 

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Some males still spray once their neutered. That's why you should get it done sooner rather than later. I'm sure a few even start after their neutered, but I don't think its a very common thing. Chances are once they start, they might not want to stop.
 
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