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Q. I am having problems getting a tie with my dogs. Do you have any suggestions?
Hi Ed,

I have been trying to mate my bitch staff. She is letting my dog on to her and she is moving her tail to the side. When he enters her she isn't getting tied. Please could you tell me why?

A. There are many reasons why your dogs aren’t getting a tie. The bitch could have a vaginal obstruction, the male could have something going on that is preventing him from obtaining a tie or it could just be a bit too early in her cycle.

I would rule out physical problems by seeing your vet.

If you need to do an artificial breeding, then I would recommend our DVD on Artificial Insemination.

If you haven’t whelped a litter before then you should consider our video on Whelping and Raising a Litter.
  
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