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won't come in heat

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by GuitarSlim, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. I have this almost 4 year old bulldog has not come in to heat since I picked her up 2 years ago and she was going out then. She has been tested and lost all hardware due to roughness. Earned a spot in the brood pen but won't come in. I thought about hitting her with the shot but I want to know of any natural home remedies learned through trial and error not he said she said thanks in advance.
    Guitar Slim
  2. stinkrock

    stinkrock Top Dog

    Put her around other females, some will come in because they do. Also you can work her hard in a pre- keep.
  3. wicked13

    wicked13 CH Dog

    Tribulus I've read has hormonal benifits might wanna look it up

    TROTLINE Top Dog

    Some just have A very light heat cycle! If the vet runs all his tests just start working her hard! Back in the old days theres A reason you start putting A gyp in to pre keep and then start pouring the work to them they come into heat! Every night after the workout put something white in here cage! It will show any signs of spotting. If you do get spotting have the vet show you how to take her temp. Start backing her to A male and watch for her to flag.
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  5. NatureBoy

    NatureBoy Big Dog

    I've put one in a prekeep and it worked for me. Once they get moving it will increase hormone out put which may help bring her in season.
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  6. NatureBoy

    NatureBoy Big Dog

    What stink rock said usually does the trick.
  7. reddirt redneck

    reddirt redneck Big Dog

  8. Da Bear

    Da Bear Pup

    Put her in the same spot a female DAT finished bleeding and in 10 days that female will come in works for me. And I got a female with same problem well had.
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  9. Saiyagin

    Saiyagin Chihuahua Premium Member

    Have you ever tried licking her snatch? That might stimulate her into heat. LMAOROTF.

    On a serious note try some supplements with Iron complex in it.
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  10. Damn near lmao this is one valuable bitch mother and father won best in show she strong as they come and destructive but also on herself. She should produce greatly if I can get her stuck lol
  11. reddirt redneck

    reddirt redneck Big Dog

    Try the cf-plus in the link above , it works.
  12. camz

    camz Pup

    hello.. you should bring her to your nearest vet so that she can be properly checked..
  13. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    This seems to work really well.


    tribulas will do one of two things to a bitch push her into heat if shes close or prevent heat if she was too far out from my experience...
  15. grove

    grove Big Dog

    add vitamin E
  16. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    The funny answer is, hook her for a boat load of money because a forfeit on the line will always draw one in heat. LOL

    I had one that came in at 8 months and 14 months and again at 7 years old. I tried all the tricks with the exception of Pg-600. The one that worked was Bee Pollen. But at the same time I had another bitch in heat and I would wipe the blood from that bitch on the nose of the older bitch. I had tried the wiping before and it never worked. The addition of the Bee Pollen did.

    And some dogs don't bleed or even spot. They have to be squeeze checked every couple of days to catch them at the right time.

    Best of luck.



    Best post yet onthis thread,,, Slim,,,
    Bee pollen is a secret you should save for your book...

    They say its a super food but they are killing all the bees so they conspire to not label it as such,,,
    it has the best protein and b vitamens to be found and well as many other benefits...

    some say you can survive off bee pollen,,, raw honey and water...

    some use it for the dogs as maintenance and some use it to start a keep,,,
    one thing for sure is its natural and better than all the chemicals alternatives...

    If you have a problem,,, chances are bee pollen might help solve it...
  18. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    Good share, Slim. I have been really considering starting to maintain a hive. Many benefits obviously from local honey/pollen.
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  19. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    I think I read somewhere that honey will never rot ,I think they said it was the only food that wouldn't.


    I had a dog with a kennel cough issue and was recommended broncilin,,,

    I coulnt find it at the first couple walgreens I went to until I found a latino pharmacist who took me to the latin isle,,,
    he stated that his grandmother used a similar recipe on the family growing up and that it has many other health benefits that cough syrup
    is honey based with natural plant extracts that you can get with or with our BEE PROPLIS...
    I figured anything BEE cant be bad and got it with...

    Again,,, no chemicals safe for the kids and pups with other actual benefits and close to zero side effects...

    I looked up propolis and read all the benefits a type of wax that repairs and builds the hive,,, but also...

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