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    Our bully Judy just had her 3rd heat cycle, it was from oct.29 thru nov.8 and was not heavy. on dec 3, her 2nd birthday, she started again,hopefully. e seems fine other than her bleeding, only reason for not just taking her to the vet is family emergency. Is this just her in heat or worse please help!

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    Default Re: In heat again?

    I would get her checked. This is during the normal horomone cycle that pyrometria can occur (6-8 weeks after a heat), or it could be an infection or UTI. Is her girly bits swollen like a normal heat? Any discharge? I have never seen a bully have a heat so soon.

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    Too soon. I would be concerned. Pyrometria can kill.

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    Default Re: In heat again?

    I'm not sure, I've never had a female dog of mine go into heat, as I've always spayed them around 6 or 7 months old, before they went into heat. But if you are not sure, you could first call your vet and ask if its normal, or if its something you should be concerned about. If they think its something to worry about, then you can bring her in. Hope everything is okay, and it's just a normal heat. Keep us posted.
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