How Often Do Dogs Get Their Period?

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Dogs do not get periods but they experience an estrus cycle between 6-8 months and lasts for 21 days. Generally, a female dog comes into season just about every 6 to 8 months but this will depend with some dogs because others may last for two weeks while others may last for four weeks.
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It varies from breed to breed, and I have heard that usually its once and never more than twice a year, but you could try a dog menses cycle program to try to determine the period for your dog! You can find more information here: http://wareseeker.com/free-dog-menses-cycle/
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Usually, dogs receive their first menstrual cycle at 6 to 12 months. The period will last from 2 to 3 weeks depending on the breed and the size.
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Dogs don't menstruate. A female dog will come into heat every six months and will have a bloody discharge that is more of a sign of ovulation than the shedding ...
Dogs don't menstruate. A female dog will come into heat every six months and will have a bloody discharge that is more of a sign of ovulation than the shedding ...
Dogs don't menstruate. A female dog will come into heat every six months and will have a bloody discharge that is more of a sign of ovulation than the shedding ...
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