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I recommend that you talk to your local veterinarian about this question. There can be many different reasons for this type of behavior. Usually it would not be from getting spayed or neutered. In fact, this is often a treatment for fighting. To properly identify the cause of this will require a detailed medical history from you. This helps to find the issue that is triggering the behavior. Once that is identified, your vet can work with you on a behavior modification plan that is specific to your pets.
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