How Long Do Dogs Stay in Heat?


Dogs will stay on heat for 21 days with three distinct stages of the heat cycle. The first one is the “Proestrus” and it is during this stage the owner will often notice the bleeding from the vulva. The second stage is the actual “Estrus” stage of the heat cycle and the third stage of the heat cycle is the “Diestrus,” when the female is going out of heat.
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Most dogs stay in heat for approximately 21 days. Seven days coming into heat, seven days in heat, and another seven days getting out of heat. You can find more information here:
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