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Our dog was in heat for 2 months. She came home last month, and we've been on heat pads for the last 3 weeks. I've had her put into the bedroom, and I've kept her in the bedroom. She is 4 months old, and the swelling has gone down. She is starting to lick now.

We've been told to give her time, as well as heat pads. We had her spayed, but it seems like her hormones still haven't gone down.

Can you help us with any thoughts on what to do? My husband and I have talked about the fact that she may never want to have puppies. This is the first dog that she has not wanted to have puppies, but her hormones are out of whack and she seems to be horny all the time.

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I don't know if this is going to be helpful but we have a male beagle that has had 3 bitches he didn't want. He was spayed in Nov. He has always had his tail tucked but this month he has been running around like crazy. We were told that he is showing signs of a prostate problem but this may not be true. He is 8 months and a bit. I don't know why he suddenly is in heat. He is very healthy otherwise and eats well. We have tried putting him in the room with us and then moving him to the other room when he starts trying to be with us. When he is in the other room I am up most of the time. He is also on heat pads. I think it has something to do with the weather being cold and rainy lately. He will start looking at us in a sexual way but then walk away. Any suggestions are appreciated. I know how you feel!

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I don't know if this is going to be helpful but we have a male beagle that has had 3 bitches he didn't want. He was spayed in Nov. He has always had his tail tucked but this month he has been running around like crazy. We were told that he is showing signs of a prostate problem but this may not be true. He is 8 months and a bit. I don't know why he suddenly is in heat. He is very healthy otherwise and eats well. We have tried putting him in the room with us and then moving him to the other room when he starts trying to be with us. When he is in the other room I am up most of the time. He is also on heat pads. I think it has something to do with the weather being cold and rainy lately. He will start looking at us in a sexual way but then walk away. Any suggestions are appreciated. I know how you feel!

Hi, i know this is an old thread but you might like to see this.

My 4 month beagle has been in heat for almost a month now, she will do it at the most inconvenient times, she can't be bothered to put up with him and he's been chasing her around the house the whole time. She's in the kitchen most of the time, and I'm always in the room with her so i can keep an eye on her. The problem is that every time she gets out she's in heat.

We can't keep her in the room with us either, she needs to get out so she can relieve herself. I have 2 dogs so i've tried keeping them out the back of the house, but that doesn't work.

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Our dog was in heat for 2 months. She came home last month, and we've been on heat pads for the last 3 weeks. I've had her put into the bedroom, and I've kept her in the bedroom. She is 4 months old, and the swelling has gone down. She is starting to lick now.

We've been told to give her time, as well as heat pads. We had her spayed, but it seems like her hormones still haven't gone down.

Can you help us with any thoughts on what to do? My husband and I have talked about the fact that she may never want to have puppies. This is the first dog that she has not wanted to have puppies, but her hormones are out of whack and she seems to be horny all the time.

We've tried giving her time but she's not cooperating, the heat pads work, but we need more time.

Our only question is how do we know she's in heat? Our dog is very loving, so if there was a chance she didn't want to have puppies she would never have let her go out in the rain.

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The only way i could help would be to know if your dog has shown any other signs of heat. You could always give her an egg, but it would be easier just to know when she's actually in heat.

We have had our dog for 10 months and she still does not have a litter. She has never been in heat, however, if i were you i would give her an egg and if it is too early i would put her in the bedroom with you to keep you from going to sleep.

The only way i could help would be to know if your dog has shown any other signs of heat. You could always give her an egg, but it would be easier just to know when she's actually in heat.

We have had our dog for 10 months and she still does not have a litter. She has never been in heat, however, if i were you i would give her an egg and if it is too early i would put her in the bedroom with you to keep you from going to sleep.

We gave her the egg and she was not in heat, which means there is no way we can tell if she will want puppies. I will probably have to call a vet to see what we can


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