Why Dogs Get Stuck In Each Other During Sexual Intercourse

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Has it ever occurred to you why dogs always get stuck in each other as they mate? This is called the Tie Phenomenon.

Dogs are special creatures and it is important to understand the behaviour of sexually active dogs. There is no specific mating season for dogs, however females dogs (bitches) mate twice every year.

According to the American Kennel Club, male dogs do not go into heat; they’re capable of conceiving year-round once they become fertile at about 6 months old.

When a female dog goes into heat, it has a significant impact on every sexually active male dog.

A female dog on heat releases a chemical substance called Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate that has shown to sexually arouse male dogs that pick up that scent.

If an active male dog catches the scent of a nearby female on heat, she will become his target.

The male dog may stop eating, increase their marking, become increasingly aggressive and obsess over tracking down that female dog on heat throughout the duration of her cycle.

How do dogs mate?

The male dog begins the act by sniffing the female’s vulva. If she is receptive, she will pull her tail to one side which is known as ‘flagging’.

Given the green light, the male dog will then mount the female and insert his pen!s and begin thrusting. During this thrusting he will ejaculate seminal fluid capable of impregnating the bitch.

In the course of this the intercourse, the dogs will form a ‘breeding tie’ or ‘tie phenomenon’is an important stage which causes conception.

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Note that the dog’s pen!s gets swollen and erect when it is inside the bitch causing them to be locked together for about 15 minutes to an hour.

It is usual for the mating dogs to face the opposite direction as they remain tied. Essentially, getting stuck also prevents other male dogs from disrupting the mating session.

Both dogs naturally separate on their own without any intervention. Never separate them whiles they are in tie phenomenon as this could cause injury.

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