Can a female dog get pregnant if not in heat?

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Female dogs can only get pregnant when they're in heat.

A dog will begin her heat cycle after about 6 months of age.

Some females will show physical signs of readiness โ€“ their discharge will lighten in color, and they will "flag," or lift their tail up and to the side.

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Female dogs can only get pregnant when they're in heat.

A dog will begin her heat cycle after about 6 months of age.

Some females will show physical signs of readiness โ€“ their discharge will lighten in color, and they will "flag," or lift their tail up and to the side.

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Can Dogs Get Pregnant If Not in Heat? NO! Female dogs have four stages in their reproductive cycle, which denote their ability to breed, successfully fertilize, and birth puppies.
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Female dogs can only get pregnant when they're in heat.

A dog will begin her heat cycle after about 6 months of age.

Some females will show physical signs of readiness โ€“ their discharge will lighten in color, and they will "flag," or lift their tail up and to the side.

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Not the same way that female humans do.

Female dogs who aren't spayed go into heat and the amount of time a female dog bleeds and when she's fertile varies greatly from a human menstrual cycle.

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Signs that Your Dog is Able to Get Pregnant.

Dogs can get pregnant at an early age! A female puppy can get pregnant at 6 months old and can have puppies well into old age, depending on her breed.

There are three stages of a female dog's heat cycle, which begins around 6 months old when she gets her first heat.

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Dogs can only become pregnant when they are in heat.

There are three stages of a female dog's heat cycle, which begins around 6 months old when she gets her first heat.

Female dogs stay in heat for around 2 - 4 weeks.

The second phase is when your dog can get pregnant, this is known as estrus.

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Male dogs will become interested in her and may fight over her.

Other female dogs may be aggressive toward her and she may be aggressive back.

If you don't want your dog mating with other dogs while she's in heat, it's important that you keep your dog away from male dogs during this time.

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