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I bought a spaniel about 4 months ago for shooting she was 10 months old. She well bred on her papers and is looking promising in the field. She hasn't come in season yet I don't wanna breed off her but will in the future. Iv asked the bloke when I bought her as she been spade he said no? But I'm starting to have my doubts. Is there anyway to tell? Can you give them let to bring them in? Or have her scanned ? Also she looks like she never been in season as her fanny still small to put it blunt. Once they have there first season it's normally bigger than before.

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Some dogs don't have a season until their 2 or 3 years old .......

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I bought a spaniel about 4 months ago for shooting she was 10 months old. She well bred on her papers and is looking promising in the field. She hasn't come in season yet I don't wanna breed off her but will in the future. Iv asked the bloke when I bought her as she been spade he said no? But I'm starting to have my doubts. Is there anyway to tell? Can you give them let to bring them in? Or have her scanned ? Also she looks like she never been in season as her fanny still small to put it blunt. Once they have there first season it's normally bigger than before.

IF she has been spayed she should have a scar about an inch and half long , usually centre of her belly and more towards the rib cage.

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Some bitches are slow coming into there first season my pups where over 12 months before there first break

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If she has came into season at 6 months old it might be another 12 months before she comes into heat again so she will be 18 months old so you will have to wait until then,tab wf

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I wouldn't worry too much. I've got 3 bitches here. The 4 year old had one season at 2. The 2 year old has never had a season and the other 2 year old I've had for 12 months has not had a season while she's been with me.

 

Lads dismiss it but kept properly fit and lean they MAY not have a season. The same as some female athletes.

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Dint know that keeping them fit can keep erm from coming in seaskn

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I wouldn't worry too much. I've got 3 bitches here. The 4 year old had one season at 2. The 2 year old has never had a season and the other 2 year old I've had for 12 months has not had a season while she's been with me.

 

Lads dismiss it but kept properly fit and lean they MAY not have a season. The same as some female athletes.

would this work on the missus? 🙄 😂

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Females need a certain amount of fat in their bodies for the reproductive system to work properly. Being ultra fit and lean can stop periods in women athletes.

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