When a dog is in heat, they tend to be willing to mate when their bleeding starts getting more diluted and pinkish. It is normal for a dog in estrus (heat) to continue to have bleeding even after they've been bred. As long as the bloody discharge isn't excessive and you dog isn't acting unusually (not eating, acting lethargic,vomiting or having diarrhea) then this shouldn't be cause for concern.You can read more about the heat cycle in dogs here: https://pethelpful.com/dogs/-The-Dogs-Heat-Cycle-E...
Your article was so helpful. My dog, 10 yr. just had a PU 2 days ago. I am so alarmed at the amount of blood! I read this is normal and you seem to also express this in describing your experience. I have noticed that his gums are quite pale as well. I am hoping that I am worrying about something that is completely normal. Is this amount of blood normal for a dog after a urethrostomy?
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