How Do Male Dogs Act When a Female Dog Is in Heat?

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When a female dog is in heat, a male dog nearby will usually start whining. A male dog can smell a female dog in heat and it frustrates them. If you don't want them to mate, make sure they are separated at all times. All they would need is 10 seconds together to mate. This will happen in a cycle until one of the dogs gets fixed. Heat cycles usually last about 3 weeks and sometimes longer. Be aware that the male could start spraying around the house out of frustration, and he is scenting his territory.
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Male dogs become sexually mature by nine months of age. Vet4Petz.com explains that intact male dogs have a strong urge to mate when they smell a bitch in heat. Kathy Diamond Davis
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It will be very alert and will chase females.It will also be swift.
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If you mean plural - more than one male dog, if intact (unneutered) they will snip at each other and even fight. If you mean how does an intact male dog (singular) act when a female
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1. Assess how much time and attention you will have to focus on your dog. Female dogs develop a greater bond with a human companion than male dogs. Female canines demand more affection
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