Do Female Dogs Bleed during Their Periods?

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A female dog has several signs of being in heat, or on their period. All female dogs bleed from their vulva's during heat. The length of bleeding will last about a full week, though the actual heat cycle is typically three weeks.
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Well, first of all, dogs don't have periods but they have 'heat cycles' and depending on the breed of the dog, they can start as early as 6 months but mainly at about a year old.
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One of the most serious causes for your dog's bleeding during her pregnancy is spontaneous abortion or miscarriage of a fetus or her entire litter. The symptoms of a spontaneous abortion
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They tend to bleed when the are in heat. You usually see the blood during the second week of heat.
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A period is the uterus sheds an extra tissue lining. The blood, tis...
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