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    So my little Roxie is in heat she started April 17 th. my old one Rocco as been very overprotective of her. He tries to mount her we tell him to leave it he does it takes a few times. Also their are times when he gets so mad and he starts growling and bark at us . He's never growled at us before. Is this normal? Rocco has became aggressive and very territorial around her. Need help what to do.
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    Is Rocco neutered?
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    I'd separate them as Rocco might get overheated trying to hump her.
    He may also become even more aggressive during her heat progression
    and yeah, males get overly excited, dominate & territorial, it's instinctual
    and overwhelming. He can't control himself, YOU are going to have to control
    this situation.

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    Yes definitely separate them while she is in heat, preferably as far away as possible. It will drive him crazy if he can be around her and smell her.


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    If Rocco is not neutered, it's going to be a long haul! I once had a German Shep. female. She had been in heat, and at the day after 3 weeks, I let her out in the back yard.We lived where there were no other houses......
    I heard a yelp,looked out, and there she was tied to a Standard Poodle. And so there were 6 Shep-Poo pups!! Oddly enough, they looked like Irish Wolfhounds-and pretty big,too! So it ain't always over when it's over! I would also advise giving her a bath when it is over-to obliterate the "heat" smell!
    Some male dogs, even if they are neutered-still can get excited,and an erection,and still think they are "studs".
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    Thank u all.
    Rocco is not neutered. I was going crazy.i wasnt sure if this is normal.
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    Ype, as others have said, definitely separate them and keep them separated until she is done and you have given her a bath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beckylu00 View Post
    Thank u all.
    Rocco is not neutered. I was going crazy.i wasnt sure if this is normal.
    Then you are taking a chance with Rocco's life, sorry but it's true.

    One reason bulldogs are so expensive is because it's not recommended
    they breed naturally, the males can & do, die from becoming overly
    excited trying to mount the female. Vets take sperm from the male and
    place in female's womb. Of course, also HIGHLY recommended for pregnant
    female to have C-section births vs natural births as it is too dangerous.

    Are you planning to breed these two bullies?


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