Could my dog possibly still be in heat? All the signs point to yes but i havent seen no bleeding yet! ive read alot that bleeding occurs before the dog is interested in mating...? We also have an intact male and alot of "flirting" was going on, so we seperated them. I never witnessed any actual intercourse. This was about a month ago. Her vulva is still swollen and her behavior remains the same. Im just wondering if she is still in heat or could possibly be pregnant?
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During estrus, your female dog may appear nervous, easily distracted and more alert than usual. She may also urinate more often than she normally does. You’ll most probably notice changes in her behavior; this is caused by a shift in her hormone balance. When a female dog is ready to be bred, she may initiate sexual interactions with other dogs, elevate her hind quarters toward males when they approach, deflect her tail to one side and tense her rear legs.
At first, vaginal discharge is blood-tinged and the vulva is swollen. When the female is receptive to males, vaginal discharge decreases in amount and is straw-colored.