my female dog is on heat how long do i keep my male dog from her as i dont want them breeding...
yet as she is young
Separate as soon as the vulva starts to swell before discharge, and I'd say at least a week after the discharge has changed to a clear or straw color.
Spay the female so to best preven mammary cancer. After first heat increases risk of cancer drastically.
Neuter the male to prevent prostate cancer.
If you must breed, ensure that the dogs are champion line and have titles to their names. This betters the breed, as long as the genetic history is clear of common breed specific ailments and diseases. Also, find a mentor to help you. There are many reputable breeders that will be willing to teach you.
Or be a backyard breeder and go into the situation unknowing what you are really doing. Up to you.
by Debbie Bates 21 months ago
Could a male dog hurt a female by trying to have sex when shes too young
by SarahL4900 8 years ago
right we mated our male dog a few days ago to a bitch and the bitches owners have gone behind...our backs and done it a DAY after andmated it with another boy but our dog had already locked on for 25 mins and 25 mins with another male so what should we do !xx
by billericky 8 years ago
In the desert, where there are no trees, where does a male dog pee?I live in Spain and the teacher asked the class of one of my children this question, is there a reasoinable answer ?
by azelajean 9 years ago
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by lilmitzi 8 years ago
hello can you help my female dog is 1 year old when i firse got her i could leeve her in the...frount-room but she came into season about 6 months ago now and she started peeing and for the last 5 months she has been pooping aswell so i went back to bacic training i have been doing that for...
by p[lewis140 8 years ago
my male dog is all of sudden all over my female dog who is spayed. Whats going on?
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