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Is my Springer on heat?

Category: general | Submitted: 1 March 2009 04:55PM | viewed 5615 times
Q Sharon asks:

I have a nine month old Springer Spaniel and I have just got back from a walk to notice her back legs sprayed with pinky coloured blood. She had torn a claw on her front paw before we went out but I don't think that this would have caused quite so much blood. If she is in season how long will it last?

Q Our vet says: The amount of blood you describe sounds a little excessive for a season and it would be worth checking for injuries. If she is in season you will probably also notice that her vulva is swollen. The duration of a season varies betwen individual bitches but can last for up to two or three weeks. If you are in any doubt you should take her to your local vet.

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