A female Dog is most fertile during the 7th to 10th days of her menstrual cycle. This is after she has stopped bleeding and is usually the only time that she will allow a male to mate with her.
Urine plays NO part in dog mating.
The female dog is most fertile and receptive to mating between the seventh and fourteenth day of her season.
A male dog is fertile at 1 or 2 depending on the breed most at 10 months.
Most kennel clubs will allow you to breed a female up to the age of seven and even older for dogs, if your dog is in good health there should be no problem but like people the older the dog the less fertile they will be.
Yes, any male dog can get any female dog pregnant if they are both fertile, regardless of their breeds.
A female dog is usually most fertile 11 days following the heat cycle. The number of eggs released from the two ovaries will determine the number of eggs that may be fertilized.
Most females will only allow a male to mount them if they are in heat as this is the time when they are most fertile. Although some females will allow a dog to mate them whilst they are not in heat, there is less chance of the female getting pregnant.
Your Dog will be most fertile during the 7th to 10th days of her menstrual cycle. This is after she has stopped bleeding and is usually the only time the female will allow a male to mount her.
it means the female dog is fertile, and will ovulate. If a male were to mate she may produce a litter of puppies. This is often referred to as being "in season"
Female and fertile.