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Old June 5th, 2001, 01:29 PM
Lhaso, Jess Lhaso, Jess is offline
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We have a female Lhaso Apso who is seven months old. We've owned dogs before but we never bought
female dogs. We are not sure if our dog is in heat or is she too young. We have been surfing the net for
general information but I need answers fast. Please send or tell us of a website about dogs in heat. Is ther
anything we can do for our dog. Is is possible for her to get pregnant? Any information would be greatly
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Old June 17th, 2001, 09:42 PM
binky6 binky6 is offline
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If your cat is in heat...and it is possible that a 7 month cat can be in heat...then yes she can indeed get pregnant.

From my experience one of the best signs of cats in heat is a 'cat call' that sounds like a noise that would come from a baby.

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Old September 15th, 2002, 10:26 PM
bestaimee bestaimee is offline
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Info on dogs in heat

I found a great site that answered all of my personal questions about my poodle, who is now in heat. I won't quote it, or take credit but here is the site for others to view.

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