how to know when your frenchie is in heat
Signs your Frenchie is in Heat:
There are a few telltale signs that your Frenchie is in heat. Females will typically start bleeding from their vagina, and will become more vocal and restless. They may also start urinating more frequently, as well as exhibiting behaviors such as pacing and whining. Males may also become more aggressive and may start mounting other dogs or objects in the home. If your Frenchie is in heat, it is important to keep them away from other dogs to avoid unwanted pregnancies.
How to Treat a Frenchie in Heat:
If your Frenchie is in heat, there are a few things you can do to help her through it. First, make sure she has plenty of water and is eating normal amounts of food. You may also want to give her a cooling pad to lie on.If your Frenchie is really uncomfortable, you can give her a mild pain reliever like ibuprofen. You can also put a cold pack on her belly.Finally, make sure to keep her away from any males, as she will be very attractive to them and may end up mating.
What to Expect When Your Frenchie is in Heat: :
A Frenchie in heat is a sight to behold. Her body swells with hormones and her energy level skyrockets. She may become obsessed with licking her privates and mark her territory by peeing all over the house. Expect your Frenchie to be a bit moody and grumpy too.Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make your Frenchie’s heat period a bit more comfortable. Make sure she has plenty of water and food, and keep her cool. You may also want to consider buying a cooling pad for her to sleep on.Most importantly, be patient and understanding. This is a time of great change for your Frenchie and she may need a little extra TLC.