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Is my dog properly in season?

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oliviasfriend Sat 15-Jun-13 13:06:35

Thanks idirdog and Yoni. I called the trainer at 8.30 and he said she was fine and not properly in season yet. We went along to the training where there were 2 dogs and they weren't interested in her. However I think we may be missing the next 3 weeks of training as she will probably be in season by next Saturday if she starts to bleed by then.

Thanks again.

Yonididnaedaethat Sat 15-Jun-13 09:22:20

A bit late now but I start the 3 weeks from the 1st spot of blood, I currently have 2 in season so it'll be garden walkies for the next few weeks.

idirdog Sat 15-Jun-13 09:02:59

Speak to the dog trainer. Some do not mind dogs in season as it works as a good distraction for the other dogs to be trained to. Others will have a heart attack if you take the dog in season smile

It sounds as if she is in season and could miss classes for 3 weeks sad if they are not happy with her being there.

oliviasfriend Sat 15-Jun-13 08:12:13

Anybody around this morning? Supposed to leave in an hour. Thanks

oliviasfriend Fri 14-Jun-13 22:17:26

Our nearly 8 month old puppy is coming into season and as she's our first dog and first experience of a season, wanted to ask for advice:

Her back end has been looking puffy for some weeks which I know is a sign and just the past 4 or 5 days her bits are changing and looking more swollen. No bleeding yet.

I have dog training with her in the morning and wondered whether I should avoid taking her. A friend of mine said this stage can last for weeks and to avoid taking her out when she starts bleeding and for 3 weeks after that. Is this correct? I'm half way through doing a 6 week level training with her with an assessment at the end which I don't want to miss unnecessarily but obviously will if she is getting into a dangerous time to be out and about.

Many thanks.

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