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Old 12-04-2012, 11:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Heat question -- swollen nipples

Okay my friends .... One more heat question! I hope it is my last LOL

This post is not for the boys.... as it mentions girl fluff tatas

Grace's nipples swelled over the span of today. They look like... a very tiny boobie ... six of them!

Guessing this may be the "false pregnancy" piece of it? Or is that too soon? No working males in her life so no worries there

Is this the end of her cycle? Her bleeding is almost stopped.

Just wondering if I have to set up for a false pregnancy LOL... Give her some socks to nest or something... My lil' sock thief would be like... Woo hoo! Socks! .....

If it is a false pregnancy ... do they really last 60 days?
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Tori I'm of no help but the swollen nipples sound uncomfortable so just sending grace some love and hoping that for you and her its not false pregnancy.xx
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Yes it sounds like a false pregnancy , sugar has had a few they usualy last
a few weeks until the hormones get back to normal ,some dogs also get a little snappy so beware .
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Bless her little heart. Girls have it rough. Let me know if you need extra socks. Some may have holes in them, but I have tons between me, a DH, and two DS'.
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Tori when did she start her heat again ??? I think its too early for false pregnancy but everyone has different opinion one of my vets said yes and the other said its too soon??? but its normal for the swelling just becareful no milk keep an eye ......


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Babinka's tata's LOL! are swollen near the end as well. they do calm down just hormones!
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I haven't had a full blown false pregnancy with my girls, but Cacia did produce some milk on her last heat before she was bred. I was told to watch her for signs of mastitis. They can get this even with a false pregnancy once they start producing milk.
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I haven't had a full blown false pregnancy with my girls, but Cacia did produce some milk on her last heat before she was bred. I was told to watch her for signs of mastitis. They can get this even with a false pregnancy once they start producing milk.
I didn't know dogs could get mastitis. That is some awful stuff, I was down for the count when I had it. Ouchie!
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Tori I'm of no help but the swollen nipples sound uncomfortable so just sending grace some love and hoping that for you and her its not false pregnancy.xx
Thanks She seems okay... but just our first time at the rodeo on this one LOL So thought I'd ask.

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Bless her little heart. Girls have it rough. Let me know if you need extra socks. Some may have holes in them, but I have tons between me, a DH, and two DS'.
Thanks Girls do have it rough, don't they?

We have plenty of baby socks for her... all the little ones that never fit any babies LOL

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Tori when did she start her heat again ??? I think its too early for false pregnancy but everyone has different opinion one of my vets said yes and the other said its too soon??? but its normal for the swelling just becareful no milk keep an eye ......


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She started bleeding 14 days ago. That is finally slowing and turning the straw color someone told me to watch for (for end).

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Yes it sounds like a false pregnancy , sugar has had a few they usualy last
a few weeks until the hormones get back to normal ,some dogs also get a little snappy so beware .
Okay...good to know


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Babinka's tata's LOL! are swollen near the end as well. they do calm down just hormones!
LOL... I should knit her a training bra

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I haven't had a full blown false pregnancy with my girls, but Cacia did produce some milk on her last heat before she was bred. I was told to watch her for signs of mastitis. They can get this even with a false pregnancy once they start producing milk.
What are the signs for mastitis?
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I just looked mastitis up...

Why is it female dogs are called bitches.... but female CATS are called QUEENS??? LOL

I think our dogs got ripped off!
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