Hello everyone. I have a situation here. My male Miniature Pinscher, Rocko, just tried to breed my female Miniature Pinscher, Eva. Now everything was fine up until Rocko's genital area began to swell up outside of the female's vulva...Therefore, Eva was not bred. And I saw no sperm or anything. His genital stayed swollen for the usual 20-30 minutes. An hour later, only the tip of his genital is still swollen. He is behaving normally and everything. My biggest concern is if he should be okay??? I know it is very dangerous for the female to move during breeding. However, he was not inside of her vulva long (5 secs) at all, so I don't think any damage was done. Most of the swelling occured outside. Please let me know what you think? This has never happened to me before, and I spoke to a couple of people who could not relate to this situation. Please help me out here! Thanks!
First of all you need to make sure his Pen*s has retracted into the sheath. Use a little ky or water if necessary to make it easier to go back in and pull the sheath over the pen*s. Its its not staying in you need to get him to a vet NOW! They can loose part of the pen*s if its out too long. Next. What you had is called an "outside tie" its possible the dog did ejaculate into the bitch but, perhaps not if he pulled away too soon. The bulb or swelling you see is what holds them together during a tie. When you go to breed them again you might try using some ky to help things along. Most likely she is a little early which can cause an outside tie. I'm really more concerned with the dog. please get him taken care of right away.
Good lord.. you can say Vulva and bitch but not Pen*s??? This was rejected due to language..LOL
Hello. Thanks for the advice. Well his genital has retracted normally, however the "bulb" as you put it is kind of poking out. Sounds funny but I do not know any other way to put it. It is not completely out but just enough to see. It is somewhat a pinkish/red. Again, he is behaving normally. But it has been about 2 hrs now, and only that small part is visible? Any other suggestions or adivce? has anyone experienced this before? What should I do? Should I give it time or bring him to the Vet? should I atleast call my Vet? I believe he is alright, but the one small part of his genital that is showing looks somewhat still swollen (not fully) but it is visible. Please reply ASAP! Thanks!
Everything is all SET!!! FALSE ALARM! I panicked for nothing....My Vet told me to just help him get the tip retracted...I just did a little wiggling and that was it...He is fine...all worked up for nothing...Thank yoU!!!!!!!!
If it makes you feel better I had a wang problem with my dog not that long ago. He was sleeping and then got up and his shaft was sticking out all red and puffy like and the couch was totaly wet. I freaked I called the vet and he said sometimes that happens. I guess he had a wet dream.
"I know it was his Pen*s ...Thanks!! I was just using the term someone else used to describe the tip of his Pen*s.... "
Not to keep bringing this up but, the Bulb is NOT the tip of the Pen*s it is the bulbous Glandis and is what causes the tie when dogs mate. I certainly was not calling the tip that was sticking out of the sheath the bulb. always make sure the dogs pen*s retracts fully and perhaps get a book on dog reproduction and anatomy ;-)
Hey. Well the main issue at hand was that my dog's pen*s was not retracting fully. He is all set now, and I am glad. However, I thought when you said "bulb" you were talking about the tip of his Pen*s. No big deal. And about the whole, perhaps I should get a book on dog reproduction and anatomy ;). I won't take that the wrong way, even though it could be looked at as one of those sarcastic remarks that should be kept to oneself. Anyways all technical terms aside, my main concern was for Rocko's well being. That is all. Thanks!
"And about the whole, perhaps I should get a book on dog reproduction and anatomy ;). I won't take that the wrong way"
I didn't mean it sarcastic at all. I seriously think that if you are breeding you need to educate yourself on your dogs anatomy and also general breeding issues. Here is a good site with lots of information.