I was just wandering. for i never had a dog that had pups before. and I have beagles and want to know when to seperate them. Just an innocent question. (not a byb) Oh! the female had a litter of pups before i got her. He said her pups were 7 to 8 weeks old.
I want the two dogs to bond! but not too close (lol)
If she has 8 week old pups then you can probably figure she will be in heat again in 2 months. Average time between heats is 6 months (can be longer or shorter) so 2 months pregnant, 2 months with pups, 2 more months and she is in heat again. But like everyone else said, if she is a working dog why not spay her so you don't have to worry about it at all??
hello, The male beagle a found (Buddy) is doing good. He is up to about 18 lbs now. he still has to gain more though. He realy likes the company.
I got the female from a guy that had 20 beagles and 3 litters of pups. one of witch belonged to the female i got from him.he said if he didn't sell her he was going to just turn her lose in the woods. So i talked him in to giving her to me. her name is ( Molly ) I am going to get them fixed. I have to wait till Buddy gaines more waight. Im talking to the vet abought her.
I thought a dog went into heat about six months after they give birth to a litter? There is usually an average of six months in between each heat cycle. I thought though if a dog was bred it wouldn't go into heat until six months after the puppies were born.
LPN-- That was me this summer and he was a runner. He ran a few weeks after I caught him. I got a little wormer in him and fed him up. I never saw him again. ------------------------------------- Alicat...I remeber you having that beagle too. Shame he disappeared, I thought you had managed to put him in a pen or something. They are escape artists though.
Machinests.......ok I thought it was you, but my mind fades with names, lol. Glad he is doing good as well.