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· Work them Pet Bulls!
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What are the chances? Is it more common in unhealthy dogs with poor nutrition, poor immune systems, and just lack of care from there owners. I also hear and have read that it is more common in older dogs ages 5 and up. Is there any steps an owner can take to prevent this from happening ( besides spaying) or is it something that can just happen to any intact female at anytime? I am still on the fence about what I am doing with my girl so she is staying intact at least for another heat until I decide whether I will show her or not. She just started her first cycle as of today at almost 9 months old. Any info would be appreciated as this is the first time I am dealing with a female dog. I have only ever had males before.
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