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she is in season

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by lizd4688, Feb 8, 2008.


  1. lizd4688

    lizd4688 PetForums Member

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    i took sadie to be hip scored.
    when i collected her a noticed some blood on the floor when she sat.
    the vet checked her out and told me she was in season.
    they said it was not un heard of for a dog to have a season when the pups were just over eight weeks old...so now both dogs are inseperate rooms so no hanky panky can go on.
    i think he both need a shower to cool off....
     
  2. brianbvs

    brianbvs PetForums Junior

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    You mean that she is in season 4 months after her last season? Is that normal? What is the normal time between two seasons?
     
  3. raven

    raven PetForums Junior

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    generally 6 months i believe
     
  4. lizd4688

    lizd4688 PetForums Member

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    normaly they get 2 a year.
    but it looks like she might get 3
     
  5. fluffybunny2001

    fluffybunny2001 PetForums VIP

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    I`ve known dogs go 3 months between seasons and some over a year,each dog is different,nothing to worry about
     
  6. lizd4688

    lizd4688 PetForums Member

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    i was glad when the vet said it was a season...i was worried she was going to tell me something was really wrong with her
     
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