Signs That a Dog Is Out of Heat
The ability to tell whether a dog is out of her heat is an important factor in maintaining her health and avoiding complications. During the heat phase, many dog owners become exasperated with a couple of daunting tasks:
One thing most dog breeders try to avoid is undesired pregnancy. And if you’re not wary, you may slip up on timing and inadvertently encourage mating between your dog and a prospective mate.
Here’s what you need to know your pup’s cycle
Noticing when a dog enters heat can be rather easy: Even just a spot of bloody discharge will tell you what you need to know. Still, many dog owners find themselves asking, “When is the end of my dogs cycle?” Learning to spot these subtle signs isn’t as obvious as other changes — like the transition from puppyhood to adulthood, for example — but we’re here to show you what to look for. Contents
We’ll address questions such as:
So, read on to learn everything you need to know to keep you and your pup as relaxed as possible during her heat cycle. With just a little TLC, and maybe an extra homemade treat or two, it’ll be a piece of cake!
How to Care for Your Dog While She’s in Heat
If you don’t want your dog to have puppies, there are some steps you should take to minimize the chances.
4 Stages of Dog Heat Cycle (may be graphic)
One aspect of dog ownership that new and experienced owners alike may overlook is estrus, also known as heat. All female dogs that aren’t spayed go into heat. Recognizing the signs that your dog is about to go into heat, as well as signs your dog has actually entered the phase, will help you get through heat with as few surprises as possible