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Re: Female Dog Genitals Question

Postby GoingPostal » Thu Nov 24, 2011 11:28 pm

Has it always been like that? Did the vet say anything about it?

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Postby Leslie H » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:24 pm

There's a huge amount of structural variation. Females that have reached sexual maturity and have had heat cycles are typically larger, though they can shrink up a bit after spaying (something to look forwards to). 2 of my 3 females are nice and tidy, but Soleil always looks like she's in heat.

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Postby BigBadPibbul » Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:34 pm

Leslie H wrote:There's a huge amount of structural variation. Females that have reached sexual maturity and have had heat cycles are typically larger, though they can shrink up a bit after spaying (something to look forwards to). 2 of my 3 females are nice and tidy, but Soleil always looks like she's in heat.

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Same here, two of my girls shrank pretty good over time after they were spayed, Stormy in particular looks almost genderless from behind because her parts are so teeny.
Chino on the other hand has larger parts, she always has, even when she was little she looked like an adult dog in heat. Now she still has larger parts but she doesn't look like she's in heat all the time.

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Re: Reply to Female Genital Question

Postby ilovetyson » Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:41 pm

Jade is now 7yrs old. And she was Spay Aborted before I got her at 3. She was bred before that as well. And her.. female parts are large as well. When we first got her we had to look for her spay scar to make sure she was indeed spayed. Cause we just weren't too sure looking there. But, 4 yrs later.. and it hasn't gotten any smaller. You adjust to it! lol


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