ALEE

how often does a boxer go into heat and what is the deration of there pregnancy


Asked by ALEE on Mar 12th 2008 in Pregnancy
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Lucky *FOR ADOPTION*

I'm not sure how long a dog goes into heat... I think it's every six months (i don't know how long) and I think gestation for dogs is about 63 days. I hope you don't plan on breedin though, your baby is beautiful and should be fixed. Not only will she live a longer, healthier life but you'll be doing your part in the overpopulation problem!
Breeding takes manyyears of reseach and a mentor to be done properly and for the right reasons. So have your baby fixed, we already have a boxer X in our family who is looking for a home and there are plenty more around the world who are homeless.
good luck


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Lily

Hope you're not asking for Alee. Everything Lucky said is true and even if you want to going to breed her for some reason, she should be at least 2 years old.


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Bear and Bambi - Mommys Angels

Their first heat could be anywhere between 6-8 months, after that the general rule of thumb is every 6 months. A dog's pregnancy duration is 63 days. A dog should never be breed before 2 yrs of age. And you should do research on your breed, learn what to expect, the risks, the vet costs, etc. Your pup should also be health screened.


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Gray Dawn Treader

All dogs go into heat on average every 6 months. Some have different personal times, and also heat will be delayed by the body if the dog is sick. The pregnancy lasts 2 months and a week. But, so you won't have to worry about heat or puppies, you should get her spayed.
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