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Do spayed dogs still give off a scent that attracts males? I put Shugs on her runner and went inside. She started barking at something which is no big deal because she is a barker so I ignored it.. Then it dawned on me that she is barking a little weird like she was stuck on something. So i go outside, and the male pit bull from across the street was in our yard. They were right next to each other. I don't know if he mounted her or not. But I took her back out a few minutes later and she was sniffing the ground where they both were....So I was wondering if her scent "drew" him over here or if it was just by chance. And I doubt the male has been fixed.........
 

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Do spayed dogs still give off a scent that attracts males? I put Shugs on her runner and went inside. She started barking at something which is no big deal because she is a barker so I ignored it.. Then it dawned on me that she is barking a little weird like she was stuck on something. So i go outside, and the male pit bull from across the street was in our yard. They were right next to each other. I don't know if he mounted her or not. But I took her back out a few minutes later and she was sniffing the ground where they both were....So I was wondering if her scent "drew" him over here or if it was just by chance. And I doubt the male has been fixed.........
A bitch can give a scent off when she would normal due in season even though she been speyed.Hormones ect. Nothing will come of it;) You will find most dogs will sniff where another dog been in their area. Far as I know.
 

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my cousins' Chihuahua would have her "heat", but it was never a real heat because she was spayed. She'd just smell funny, and their male dog ChiChi would walk around, sniff her cootch, then do that wierd, slobbery chomping thing... but it happened for about a week every month.
 
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