What Do You Do If Your Two Dogs Get Stuck Together While Mating?


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Tess Langley Profile
Tess Langley answered
This sounds a rather random and unlikely thing to happen, however, if two dogs do get stuck together while mating it is best to call for a vet immediately.

Many vets are available on call when it is an emergency case. It is important not to try and free them yourself as you could cause them more damage, especially if it makes them more nervous and scared and may suddenly try to run away or even attack.

If a vet will not come out immediately then it is still worth ringing them. They will be able to give you their expert advice and any tips and tricks that could ease the dogs apart. Trying to keep the dogs calm is crucial as it should avoid further injuries.

Dogs mating is obviously a very natural thing and so problems such as this are very rare indeed. Normally the moisture of the female dog's sexual organ will make a lube-type surface and so the male dog's penis will slide in and out with great ease.

As stated earlier, it is always best to get expert advice from the vets before you try and do anything to help. The dogs may well be able to untangle themselves in the time you are waiting for the vets.
ray of light Profile
ray of light answered
You don't have to do any thing. Because it is normal process. The muscles of vagina look the penis because the dog releases the sperm slowly. It will be harmful for both of them if you try to separate them. Both will be harmed
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Make sure the female stays calm, most likely the male will just stand there and wait until he becomes free, but the female will sometimes get freaked out and try to run away. Just go sit with them and keep the female calm, if she does get too out of control she can end up "swinging" the male around by his penis and and bruise him, or causing damage to herself... So just keep them calm and let them "un-stick" naturally. It can take up to a half hour, whatever you do don't pull them apart!!!
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terry rossignol answered
Try to keep them calm as possible the more they are tensed up they are the longer it is going to take them to get unstuck.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
You can't pry them apart once they're attached.  You just have to leave them alone & wait (usually they will detach after 15-20 minutes or so).  If you try to pry them apart, you can cause major damage to the female (and quite possibly the male) and cause her insides to come out (and it could possible kill her).  Ouch!  Hope this helps out! :-)
Rayoflight is exactly right if you try to separate them you can hurt them our dogs got tied a month ago and even though she was crying and and whining and you feel absolutely helpless there is nothing you can do they eventually figure it out our dogs got tied several times that week but they know what to do!
Muhammad Nadeem Profile
Muhammad Nadeem answered
You don't need to separate dogs after mating because they separate themselves. Don't try to separate them during tie as this can be harmful for both male and female dogs. When heat period will be over, female dog will not allow male dogs to come close to her. Without heat period, both partners have no sexual attraction for each other until next heat cycle.
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careyelle funk answered
Try to relax the dogs when they are calm slowly and gentle reposition the male into doggy style and it should make it easier for the two to disengage. Do not try to pull them apart when the male is repositioned if it doesnt come out with this bit of help its not ready yet
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Anonymous answered
My dogs they are brother and sister that just happened to them what you do is carefully put them in a small room and shut the door go sit in another room and wait about 30 minutes  and let them sit they will eventually unstick.

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