How Do Dogs Mate?


During mating in dogs a receptive female holds the tail to the side to allow the dog to mount. The sperms are released into the female and at the end of the sexual intercourse the bulbus glandis ensures that no sperm will leak. Copulation usually lasts between 5 and 20 minutes.
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Dog's usually mate the same way that most animals do. The male dog will mount the female dog from behind. You need to make sure that your dog is healthy before he starts mating.
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Dogs tend to stick together after mating because the muscles of the male tend to contract while those of the female tend to retract. However, it is not advisable ...
Dogs get stuck when mating because the bulbus gland which is on the penis of the male swells. The swelling causes the dogs to be stuck for about 15-20 minutes ...
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