My Female Dog Was Spayed But My Male Is Acting Like She Has Not Been,any Ideas?


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It's not necessarily normal or abnormal. Has she just recently been spayed?

It could be that there is another female in your area that is in heat. The scent of a female being in heat can travel for a few miles. He could be confused and acting out on instinct to the nearest female he has contact with (your female).

Or he could be trying to mount her as a way of asserting his dominance over her and not breeding related at all.

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