Just a quick question - how long does a pug stay in heat?
No worries I am not planning on breeding Malibu and I am in a place where there is no risk of her getting "knocked up" by the dog down the street.
We were waiting to combine her eye surgery with spaying but were waiting until we had a firm answer on if her eyes needed the little tuck since she is still growing and seems to be getting better. She just suprised all of us by going into heat a bit earlier then expected.
I'm just curious as to how long this will last.
My first pug, and my only one that had ever gone into a heat, bled for 3 weeks. She was only 6 months and it was horrible.
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From start to finish about 21-25 days. If they stop bleeding and are swollen it is usually prime breeding time. So just because she stops bleeding does not mean she is out of season. I had a bitch once that was bred on day 23. If I were you I would keep her inside (or walked on a leash only) for a good 4 weeks.
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I just want her to quit bleeding! I had no idea how swollen she would get the poor thing cannot be comfy.
Since we are at camp there are no other dogs so I don't have to worry about that just the mess. I have diapers but she hates them and looks so sad that I can't keep them on her very long.