Does a dog still bleed if she is pregnant?

I need advise from a husky breeder if possible! I have a siberian husky that is in heat. She recently escaped in to my neighbours garden where the dog is not neutered. I am not sure if anything happened but if she is pregnant would she still be bleeding (she is still in heat). From that day she has been trying everything to get back in. I also have a male husky but she wont let him near her if that helps any.
Mating has nothing to do with changing her heat cycle. The neighbor's dog mated with her, but she's still in standing heat if she's trying to get back to him. So she'll be having a litter of mutts in 2 months time.

  • psychodudebrett

    yes they do..right up until they give birth

    my dog just had puppies =]]
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  • walking lady

    Mating has nothing to do with changing her heat cycle. The neighbor's dog mated with her, but she's still in standing heat if she's trying to get back to him. So she'll be having a litter of mutts in 2 months time.
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  • Heather W

    Once a dog becomes pregnant the bleeding should discontinue if she is indeed pregnant… trying to get back to the dog next door means nothing, dogs are not like people trying to settle down with the 'father' of their puppies is not something that happens.
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  • Basia G

    no
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  • anwen55

    The breed makes no difference – b1tches seasons carry on the same whether they have been mated or not. If you are not sure, have a word with your vet, she can have injections to prevent an unwanted pregnancy – but they can have side effects.
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    Occasional breeder for 30yrs

  • jules77

    I am not a husky breeder, or owner, but the b!tch cycle is the same irrelevant of the breed. When they are ready to be mated the discharge turns from a bright red to almost clear pale pink, and she will let a dog mate her, although it is not unknown for them not to let a dog mate them if they live with them full time, especially if they are related.

    I would get her to the vet to have the equivalent of the 'morning after pill', but as someone else has said, there can be said effects and a possible pyometra on her next season, so it may be best to have her speyed in three months time.
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The Siberian Husky Manual