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Do female dogs still bleed after they get spayed?

I was told that female dogs are somewhat easier to train ?t$ had heard they bleed…do they still after being spayed?

13 Responses to “Do female dogs still bleed after they get spayed?”

  1. Nandina says:

    No, they don’t.

  2. Bambi says:

    No, they stop after they get spayed. It makes life a lot easier on you and your dog.

  3. Bran says:

    No, they do not bleed after they get spayed. 🙂 I do agree that they can be easier to train.

  4. monkeyface says:


  5. mchlw43 says:

    Yes, a female dog will bleed when she is ” in season” and it is only during a certain time of “season” she will allow a male to impregnate her. Once “fixed” they will no longer bleed.

  6. Alicia G says:

    NO. After they are spayed they aren’t able to have heat cycles because they remove the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. In order to have a heat cycle they would need these organs. The heat cycles are what causes the females to bleed a little. Good luck

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  8. l tiger says:

    no they dont

  9. gardener girl says:

    They do not bleed after they are spayed. Spaying is the best practice unless you plan to breed. A spayed female or a neutered male will be healthier in the long run. The surgery done at 6 mos or thereabout will eliminate the possibility of any reproductive cancers. Also greatly reduce the chance of prostate cancer or problems in the males and mammery tumors in females. Females should be spayed before their first heat cycle &!& it is almost never too late to perform the procedure on a healthy animal.

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  11. Nikki says:

    They might bleed alittle right after being spayed because of the surgery and especially if they were spayed when they were in heat. %!& they wont bleed after the have been spayed. When a dog gets spayed what happens is their ovaries are surgically removed meaning that they will no longer have cycles.

    Yes, dogs are easier to train after getting altered(spayed or neutered) because their mind and instincts are not on finding another dog to mate with and they wont be territorial because of their hormones, making the dog easier to get their attention, and making them easy to train.

    I hope this helps, and Good Luck!

  12. BVC_asst says:

    no, they don’t bleed after being spayed. Their reproductive organs are removed.

  13. DANG F says:

    no are you kidding? that’s the whole point of spraying them.