I have two female pugs one will be 1 next week she already had one heat and i have a 9 mos one and shes bleeding alittle bit how can i tell.the one yr nipples are swollen i just got them i had them for about 1 mos. I have two boy pugs so i dont know anything about the girls i been looking up info but nothing
Awww I see you got your hands full. I actually have two pugs, and a doxie. The pugs are named Sylvia, and Pudgie, and Simba is the one Doxie. Ripples our mutt is the newest one. And, a sheltie named miley. So, we had that problem one time that I remember, we called the vet, and told her...and she said come in, and we will have a look. My advice is call you local vet, and explain the problem, and see if they can help. Thats what we did.
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I'm a bit confused to what your question is. Are you wondering if the 1 yr old could be pregnant? I hope you are keeping your 9 mon old girl completely seperate from your males. She is FAR too young to have puppies. Do you plan to breed inventually? If so, please do you research and get a mentor! Pugs are one of the most difficult of the toy breeds to raise/whelp.
Where did you get you one yr old? Did they have intact males? Did they mention she may be bred?
The only true way to know if she is pregnan (if that is your question) is time and a vet exam. If your vet offers utrasound, thy can confirm sooner, or when they believe her to be in her final week, they can xray to check for how may if any at all. Either way, if you think she may be...get her to a vet now. he will need a health check and her diet and such will need to be changed to support her pregnancy.
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Where did you buy your dogs? Are you showing them, and are they all registered? The breeder you bought them from should be your source of advice, as well as your vet, but I find it difficult to comprehend a person owning 4 dogs, and not knowing all about the breed. There is tons of info on the net, and many books on the subject.What size are your females, and what size are your males? Neither of the females should be bred at this age, and they are not old enough to have had the appropriate testing. Please take them to the vet, ASAP.