Join Date: May 2019
Location: Inland Empire, Southern California
She was spayed July 17th. She has a vet appointment for Wed just in case things get weirder, but other then the small amount of mucus there was been no signs of anything else wrong with her. The mucus wasn't even alarming, it was clear, clean and didn't smell.
Our female is an interesting dog. She is VERY bossy with our male when they are playing but otherwise she is very bonded to him. Very affectionate, always cleaning him. Our vet never said she would lose complete interest or that it would be unsafe for them to mate just that of course she would not smell anymore and excite him.
Our male has also changed his behavior, we thought at 9 months if he wasn't relieving himself he would be humping her, the furniture, our legs... anything - but no, he has shown no signs of that. The last week and defiantly last night really made us think they had mated. I am fine if they don't mate, trust me I don't want that stress....
I will just keep an eye on her and we will see how things turn out Wednesday.
I was just throwing this out there to see if anyone else had experienced this but I am seeing this is an odd one -
If you think dogs canít count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then give him only two of them.
Phil Pastoret (author)