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Seasons?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Tigerneko, Jul 27, 2009.


  1. Tigerneko

    Tigerneko PetForums VIP

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    My friend and I had arranged during the college summer holidays sometime to meet up and take our dogs for a walk in the park and have a bit of a catch up, and I was talking to her tonight when the subject of the walk came up. I asked her if we could wait a couple of weeks because Ruby is in season, and she said that her bitch is also in season. So, it made me wonder - is summer a more 'popular' time for bitches to come into season or is it just coincidental?

    Just wondering :D
     
  2. aurora

    aurora PetForums Senior

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    It's purely coincidental, bitches first come into season between 6-9 months depending on the breed, so depending on when they are born usually they then come in to season regularly every 6 months if your lucky.:)

    my one bitch is every 6 months. the other had a 1st season at 8 months and i'm still waiting for her next one and she is now 15 months old so she may go every 8 months it varies between bitches.

    a bit of advice i would not be walking my in season bitch in an open park, keep her on a lead at all time when you are out with her, but walk her away from other dogs. :)
     
  3. Tigerneko

    Tigerneko PetForums VIP

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    Thanks :)

    that is why I asked my friend if we could wait a couple of weeks, I wouldn't want to risk walking her in the park while she's in season. And I don't let her off anyway :)
     
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