Question by  aphrodite1988 (21)

Is it common for dogs in heat to bleed?


Answer by  navywriter (790)

Yes, dogs in heat can have a discharge that looks similar to a woman's period. It is usually only a few drops. Most dogs lick and clean up after themselves, and there are special doggy diapers are available. If you think your dog is bleeding too much, then contact your veterinarian for advice.


Answer by  14lvl (144)

Yes, it's very common. For dogs, being in heat is just like the menstrual cycle for human women, sort of a doggy-period. It's perfectly normal, and healthy, nothing to fret over. If you want it to stop, getting your dog spade is the best option for you.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Dogs in heat do not normally bleed. This will only happen if the dog mated with another dog that was too large or very aggressive.


Answer by  Angela17 (697)

Yes. Female dogs bleed when they are in heat. They have a period just as women do. Depending on the breed of the dog, it can get its period every 6-8 months and can last up to 3 weeks at a time.


Answer by  katrescuer (431)

Yes, it is quite common for dogs to bleed when they are in heat. Cat's, however do not bleed when they are in heat.

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