Can a Dog Still Bleed after Being Spayed?


There are some cases where a dog may still bleed, even after being sprayed. Bleeding is one of the major cons of the activity, and it appears in the incision site and may lead to death if no action is taken to stop it.
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If your spayed dog is bleeding, there is a. serious. problem. Spayed dogs don't bleed (in heat terms) period. You really need to see the vet if there is blood or anything else coming
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