is there a "Morning after" pill or shot for dogs?

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  1. Varisha

    Varisha Senior Member+

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    As the title says is there a 'morning after' pill or shot for dogs? Last night the small dog that was dumped on me got breed by the neighbors dog. My boy had put her on the leash and forgot to keep a close eye on things. The neighbors dog runs loose and is unfixed however our female while put on a leash to go potty, is not fixed either so please no descusion on that. After all the deed is done. It's not like I choose to have this pooch dumped on me and I could not bring myself to dump it at the pound. The dog I choose (my Dane) is fixed otherwise I would have not got her.
     






  2. TBgurl

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    Well my understanding is she can only get pregnant when she is cycling? If I am wrong sorry. Theres a small frame for a dog to get pregnant? Is she near/around her cycle?
     
  3. 3WishesDun

    3WishesDun Senior Member+

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    Varisha,
    There is a shot. I am not sure if it is 100% effective or not. Another option would be to go ahead and have her spayed. Maybe call your vet and ask his/her opinion? Good luck.
     
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    bay_blnd jmpr07 Senior Member+

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    And have the neighbor pay for it. :) Since your dog, even though no fixed, was on YOUR property, and their unfixed dog roamed onto YOUR property.
     
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    Yes there is - call your vet.
     
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  6. Varisha

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    Well I would have to choose the option that was cheapest. (currently only working part time after :/ my office closed last spring and even with blanketing my resume everywhere in my area has not led to a full time job... yet)
     
  7. Varisha

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    she is in heat/cycling right now. I don't think dogs will breed if not in heat anyways.
     
  8. Varisha

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    I may ask them to help cover half the cost because if I had been able to get her fixed (not thier fault) then there would not have been an issue. I do wish they would either fix or contain thier dog but it's thier choice. And I feel it is my responsbility to protect her too.

    He tried for her again this moring while I was standing at the door and I chased the boy home.
     
  9. bay_blnd jmpr07

    bay_blnd jmpr07 Senior Member+

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    It shouldn't matter though. Your dog was on your own property, contained, tied up. She couldn't get out. Their dog was able to go off their property and has a history of it.
     
  10. Varisha

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    on the phone with the vet and they said they would have to order the shot and it would need to be done in 24 hours after the event.... going to call other vets.
     






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