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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 07-20-2015, 11:17 AM Thread Starter
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Does it still bleed after mating?

Hi all,

My cute little girl is 18 months and and she came to heat on 5th July and joint her with the male on 13th, 14th and 16th (ie., 9, 10 and 12th day) and my breeder said that they had a good lock and it should be successful one.

But she is still bleeding. I checked with the Breed and he said nothing to worry.. is this normal or do I need to take her to vet?

Am really worried and hope to get a clarity on this.

She is my first dog and I dont have much experience with breeding
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post #2 of 35 (permalink) Old 07-20-2015, 11:51 AM
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Well, first off you shouldn't be breeding if you don't have experience. And if this guy is allowing it, he shouldn't be either. Call your vet, don't take a chance on it. I'm sure there is an experience breeder on here that could give you more insight.

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I was looking at your first post (4/27) You said she was thin and had not had her first heat yet (then she was 14 mos old). So, you bred her on her first heat at 18 months old? Is that correct?
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When and how much a female bleeds during heat can differ. The best way to time mating is tracking progesterone.
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I was looking at your first post (4/27) You said she was thin and had not had her first heat yet (then she was 14 mos old). So, you bred her on her first heat at 18 months old? Is that correct?
Good question? Why are you even breeding an 18 month old dog?

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Well, first off you shouldn't be breeding if you don't have experience. And if this guy is allowing it, he shouldn't be either. Call your vet, don't take a chance on it. I'm sure there is an experience breeder on here that could give you more insight.
This. Exactly this.. You shouldn't be breeding at all if you don't have the knowledge and know how. I really feel for your bitch and any pups from the litter she may drop. I just rescued a litter from an inexperienced BYB, and 2 pups suffered and died because she didn't know what she was doing. The rest of the pups were extremely ill when I got them, and the bitch was skin and bones.

And breeding at her first heat? SMH. I'll stop now before I say anything that will get me sent to a time-out.
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I agree with all the above but what's done is done so from here lets all help Kelvin so the chances for healthy pups and mom are better than they are now and stop the bashing before it gets out of hand.
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To the vet for a total going over to make sure she is healthy and no concerns at this time. Then the best diet you can afford to provide. Regular vet checks and start reading about breeding so you can be prepared for what to expect during whelping etc. It's very important that you educate yourself now so as not to risk losing mom and pups along the way. There are many complications that can arise.

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Yes, females bleed after being bred. They usually bleed for 21 days total (some longer, some shorter) whether bred or not.

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