Is your dog in heat? Most non-spayed female dogs come in heat twice a year since they reach their sexual maturity. Be wary; once you recognize the first symptoms, you must become careful to avoid unwanted pregnancy.
Besides, you will have extra care during walks and when you let your dog in the yard. At all the other times, your dog will likely be restless. Don’t worry; see our tips to calm your dog during this time.
Below is a list of all our articles about female dogs going through their estrous cycle.
- Why do female dogs go in heat?
- What’s the age of the first cycle?
- How often dogs come in heat?
- How do hormones regulate the cycle?
- Symptoms of a dog in heat
- When things don’t go so smoothly
- How long do dogs stay in heat?
- Can you predict when the heat will end?
- How to handle a dog during her heat cycle?
- Can a female dog get pregnant while bleeding?
- How to calm a female during her cycle?
- Measures to take during walks?
- What to do with your male dogs?
- Do male dogs go in heat?
- How to predict when your dog will come in heat?
- Is it possible to interrupt the cycle?
- Did you spay your dog, but she’s cycling again?
- Frequently asked questions
We do not want to lie. It’s not easy to handle a female dog when she is in heat. Most owners are happy when it all ends. We hope this guide will make things a lot easier for you.