Warehouse worker John, 46, from Wigan, Lancashire, said: 'Saira went in for a routine check-up at the vets and I was stunned to be told that she was an hermaphrodite.'There was never been any doubt in my mind that Saira was a girl.She's always been interested in the boy dogs, so this came as a real shock,' he said.'Saira should be able to live a perfectly normal life following the operation and could even have pups.' A spokeswoman for the British Veterinary Association confirmed that the condition is rare but that no statistics exist in the UK.Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.“It’s a shame that I’m leaving BU in May without having had a single relationship, not even a close one.I would have liked to learn more about myself that you could only do when you are in a relationship with somebody.Or a person may be born with mosaic genetics, so that some of her cells have XX chromosomes and some of them have XY.
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Mr Weston's son, James, who assisted at the operation said: 'It was completely bizarre.
I've never seen anything like it.'The animal came in for a routine check-up and after we did X-Rays, we found it had both male and female sexual organs.'The operation was completely out of the ordinary.
And following the operation the two-year-old is now a female-only animal and could even become the mother of pups.
Owner John Conchie told how had no idea his pet had a double gender issue until he was told by the vet - and thought his dog was female.
The bottom line is this: If the media covers someone who comes out as intersex, it is its responsibility to educate itself about what that means. For example, a person might be born appearing to be female on the outside, but having mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside.