How to Calm a Male Dog When a Female Is in Heat?

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The heat period is when both the male and the female reach the reproductive cycle and either of them needs to mate. To calm a male dog one has to separate the two dogs for some weeks until the heat period is over. One can apply substance like Vicks Vapo Rub to reduce the smell of the female during this period. The female wastes should unreachable for the male and a good training of the male can also help.
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1. Close the windows. According to the American Kennel Club (AKC) male dogs are capable of detecting a female in heat for up to five miles away. By closing the windows you will minimize
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The male dog is much like the human dog. it will never stop hump female in heat.ever. The male dog is much like the human dog. it will never stop hump female in heat.ever.
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In my case the answer is far. very very far. I live in the country, on 10 acres. My uneutered male will head toward a female in heat miles and miles away. (By the way this dog's name
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