How Long Do Mother Dogs Bleed after Having Puppies?


Mother dogs typically bleed after having puppies for a few days at the most. The bleeding is spotting or discharge from the uterus. How long it lasts can depend on the individual dog but if it lasts much longer than a few days you should see a veterinarian about it. It could be an infection of the uterus or other potentially serious problem.
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You feed mother dogs puppy food while they are pregnant and while the puppies are still suckling. Once they are weaned, you can start introducing adult dog food back into her diet.
Bright red blood should stop within a day or two and should be
She needs to see a vet. It's normal for a bit* to bleed for a couple of days and spot a brown discharge/drain clots for another 6 weeks or so. I'm assuming you have called the local
The amount of litters a mother dog has depends on the mother. The average dog has 1-2 litters in her life.
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