How long is a yorkie on heat?

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An unspayed female Yorkie can usually experience heat around every six to eight months.

The heat cycle can last from two weeks to one month.

Each phase may be not the same from the last cycle they had.

For instance, your Yorkie's first heat can last for two weeks, and her next heat can last for four weeks.

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An unspayed female Yorkie can usually experience heat around every six to eight months.

The heat cycle can last from two weeks to one month.

Each phase may be not the same from the last cycle they had.

For instance, your Yorkie's first heat can last for two weeks, and her next heat can last for four weeks.

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An unspayed female Yorkie can usually experience heat around every six to eight months.

The heat cycle can last from two weeks to one month.

Each phase may be not the same from the last cycle they had.

For instance, your Yorkie's first heat can last for two weeks, and her next heat can last for four weeks.

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Female Yorkie dogs do not bleed as much as larger dogs and the blood and fluid discharge may be undetectable during the course of the dog's heat cycle, which lasts about 3 weeks on average.

A Yorkie's heat cycle can last from 2 to 4 weeks and the same dog's heat cycle may vary, according to My Yorkie Secrets website.

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Good question to ask if its ok to spay her if she has just come into heat.

Dogs can be spayed while in heat, but may be more prone to bleeding and some other surgical complications.

Many veterinarians prefer to wait until the heat has ended to reduce the potential for complications.

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How Often the Heat Cycle Occurs.

Your Yorkie will enter Heat approximately every 5 to 8 months; therefore you should expect this phase about twice per year.

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The dog gestation period averages out to 63 days, or about nine weeks, for most dogs.
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There is one more factor we need to consider and it is the sex of the dog.

And as to the Yorkie Terrier breed, experts conclude that the Yorkshire terrier life expectancy is between 12 to 15 years or 13.5 years on average.

Female Yorkshire terriers usually live about 1.5 years longer than male dogs from the same breed.

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