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How long do female dogs bleed


How long do female dogs bleed after intercourse?

We have a female dog that we just found a few months ago. We were told she might have gotten pregnant when she was bred to a male that was known to be sterile. However, when the female dog became sexually active, she did not begin to bleed. We are assuming she did not get pregnant because when she first was bred to her male, he would not mount her.

Since she was bred to a sterile male, can we determine whether she is pregnant? I know if a male is fertile, he will begin to ejaculate on the first occasion he is bred to a female. If he doesn't ejaculate, it is unlikely he was fertile.

Thanks,Shelby

Shelby,

I have read the different responses and am unsure of how to answer your question. I think you need to have a vet evaluate her. I am assuming it is a young dog and perhaps he did not ejaculate. I do know some dogs have ejaculation problems with the prostate, so this can be a factor. I am also assuming there was bleeding for a certain amount of time after intercourse and there was no pregnancy. If she was bred in July and the beginning of August is coming and going, then that is not long enough to know she is not pregnant.

As soon as you get a result from the vet, you need to let us know.

When I say bleeding, does that mean if you were to touch her, you would see red in your hand?

I don't have a dog at the moment, but I will let you know when I do.

Shelby

Shelby,

I don't think a female dog is "bleeding" until she has an actual cycle (this is different than the time to "pink" the lining of the uterus). When she begins to ovulate, she will begin to "bleed." If you feel that she has just had intercourse, you would need to get her evaluated by a vet to make sure she is not pregnant. Some female dogs have problems ovulating, so the chance of her ovulating and not bleeding is a bit higher than the average female dog.

It will be easier if you get a vet evaluation right away, because it will be easier to determine whether she is pregnant or not.

If she was bred in July and the beginning of August is coming and going, then that is not long enough to know she is not pregnant.

I agree. It seems too soon to me. I think you need to get this checked out by a vet. Do you know what kind of breed she is? Does she have a problem with her fertility?

Thanks,Shelby

Shelby,

I agree. It seems too soon to me. I think you need to get this checked out by a vet. Do you know what kind of breed she is? Does she have a problem with her fertility?

Thanks,Shelby

I am not sure. I will find out more. I thought I would ask. She is a pit bull mix.

We were told that the female got pregnant. We do not believe it and now have concerns. I am sorry I didn't get more info before I posted my original question. I hope that she is not pregnant. I know pit bulls are more likely to have fertility issues.

I hope that your question has been answered or helped. You asked a very good question.

Good Luck!

Shelby

Shelby,

I hope that your question has been answered or helped. You asked a very good question.

Good Luck!

I know that she did not begin to bleed. I am still concerned that it may be something more. I know I did not get a clear answer. I appreciate all of your replies.

I agree. It seems too soon to me. I think you need to get this checked out by a vet. Do you know what kind of breed she is? Does she have a problem with her fertility?

Thanks,Shelby

I am not sure. I will find out more. I thought I would ask. She is a pit bull mix.

I agree. It seems too soon to me. I think you need to get this checked out by a vet. Do you know what kind of breed she is? Does she have a problem with her fertility?

Thanks,Shelby

I am not sure. I will find out more. I thought I would ask. She is a pit bull mix.

I hope that your question has been answered or helped. You asked a very good question.

Good Luck!

Shelby

Shelby,

I hope that your question has been answered or helped. You asked a very good question.

Good Luck!

I do not know anything about her. I do know she did not bleed for a period of time. I don't know what breed she is or if she has any problems with her fertility. She is a pit bull mix.

I think a female dog will begin to bleed after she is bred. If she has a male dog that is willing to mate, he will start to ejaculate and begin to "bleed" and if she has a male dog that is not willing to mate, he will not ejaculate.

I am assuming that when she first was bred to her male, he would not mount her because he was afraid of her biting him. Is this correct?

Shelby,

I think a female dog will begin to bleed after she is bred. If she has a male dog that is willing to mate, he will start to ejaculate and begin to "bleed" and if she has a male dog that is not willing to mate, he will not ejaculate.

I am assuming that when she first was bred to her male, he would not mount her because he was afraid of her biting him. Is this correct?

I will let you know if I find out anything more.


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