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how do you know when your dog is ovulating?

no. im not planning on breeding my dog. DON'T WORRY. i just want to know out of curiosity. im asking a question because hopefully, i'll get the answer im looking for. if im asking here, its because i want somebody to answer it for me. please do not tell me the following: "only irresponsible dog owners would ask this. clearly you want to breed your dog." (I DON'T. I'M AGAINST DOG BREEDING.) "i brushed up on my breeding mentality before i became a breeder. i read a lot of books. do the same." (ONCE AGAIN. I DON'T PLAN ON BREEDING MY DOGS. I'M JUST CURIOUS.) just... answer my question if you know the answer, please? i don't mean to be rude. i absolutely don't. just... answer the question if you know the answer. thanks! :] what do you mean, Animal Artwork? ragapple, in a way, i am. but it really won't make much of a difference. i'm not the one who's going to breed my dog after reading this. my aunt is going to become a Pit Bull breeder and she's trying to find out information on this. i'm just trying to help her out.

Asked By: RubYy BabeYy ~♥~ - 2/18/2009
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Answered By: Animal Artwork - 2/18/2009
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My dog ended up going into heat the same day I took her to get spayed. Her attitude changed a little and she became a little more clingy, but also wanted to explore more when out in the front yard. She started nexting in her kennel that she sleeps in in our bed room. Another thing is her p*e p*e swelled up a bit and... More
Answered By: angelicdreamz84 - 2/18/2009
 
When a dog comes in heat, the area will be very swollen for the first day or two. Then she will bleed some. The swelling will go down after about a week, signaling the time to breed. The whole thing lasts about 3 weeks, and a dog will usually come into season about every 6-7 months. I agree with what you said! People... More
Answered By: WhiteWolfFan - 2/18/2009
 
the old method is to wait till she is soliciting attention from the male and he thinks she's sexy.... It still works- usually (my lowest status female will NEVER solicit and my neutered male will not attempt to mount her though he does the higher rank females- by usual pack rules she has no right to breed only top... More
Answered By: ragapple - 2/18/2009
 
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