It is completely normal for a female dog to bleed from her vaginal area during her oestrus, or heat cycle. The entire oestrus cycle encompasses the fertile period for a bitch. There are four parts of the oestrus cycle and the dog will bleed during the first two. The first stage, or proestrus, lasts an average of nine days. During this period, the dog experiences vagina bleeding. Some dogs clean themselves, but others will leave blood everywhere. Female dog diapers protects the home from spots and stains.
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Things you need
- Tape measure
- Disposable briefs
- Self-stick sanitary towels
Measure your dog's waist.
Purchase children's swim diapers or disposable briefs that match your dog's measurement.
Put the swim diaper on the dog.
Mark the spot over the tail.
Remove the diaper. Transfer the tail placement mark to the rest of the diapers.
Cut an "X" at the mark
Put the diaper back on the dog, inserting the tail through the hole in the diaper.
Remove the diaper and replace with a fresh diaper as needed.
Measure the dog's waist
Purchase boys briefs that match the waist measurement of the dog. Choose briefs that have an opening in the front.
Stick a sanitary towel on the inside of the briefs. Place the napkin on the back side of the underwear, opposite the opening in the briefs.
Turn the underwear backward before putting it on the dog, with the opening on the dog's back.
Slip the dog's tail through the opening in the briefs.
Remove the underwear and change the pad as needed.
Tips and warnings
- For very large breeds, try purchasing adult briefs.
- If your dog experiences vaginal bleeding between oestrus cycles, it may have health issues. Take the dog to the vet for a check up.
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