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Gregg Miller Sells Neuticles, Testicular Implants For Dogs

| by Michael Allen

Gregg Miller has struck it rich by selling 'Neuticles,' fake testicular implants for dogs. He sells different styles and sizes, including a "lifelike" silicone version for up to $600. They replace the actual scrotums of male dogs that are removed during castration surgery.

Business Week reports that Miller claims sales of 517,223 in the U.S.and 49 countries. Miller says: "Dogs aren't stupid. They would know if their eye was gouged out, or their foot was cut off. Why wouldn't they know if their testicles are now missing?"

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"When Neuticles were introduced commercially in 1995. People thought I was nuts. Generally pet owners think [Neuticles] are genius and non-pet owners think we're insane."

Miller claims the fake balls give dogs a sense of pride, but warns against going too big for a pooch's new privates: "Going larger can create short- and long-term complications and discomfort for the pet."

Here's Gregg Miller with Buck the Bloodhound. Buck was the first dog to ever get phony balls.