Why do dogs get stuck?

Copulatory Tie Pain in Dogs during mating:

Please note that this article is not to promote sexual content but to stop animal abuse. This article is shared to ensure animal welfare and purely for educational purposes because most people start beating dogs with stick when they get stuck during their normal mating. 

It is for them to understand why dogs get stuck during mating. This is normal behavior of dogs.

As a zoologist, we all are familiar with this scene. Many of us don't have much fun with animal sex. When someone find street dogs in this situation, they kick them.

Why do dogs get stuck during mating?
Why do dogs get stuck during mating?


Some again hit them with bamboo or sticks, overly enthusiastic.

Let's understand a little bit. We mean that animals and "sex" are just as basic as humans.
 

First of all, the joke about the system in which you were born is not very appropriate.


So why are they stuck?

Dog sex is mainly done in two or three steps, the second of which is the 'stuck' step. 
When a male dog emits semen, the 'bulbas glandis' of his genitals become quite stiff and at the same time the muscles of the vagina of a female dog become constricted.
As a result, the male dog cannot remove its genitals from the female dog's genitals until both muscles are relaxed. During this time, some fluid is secreted from the male dog's genitals, which causes his sperm to flow more quickly.
The duration can be 5 to 45 minutes.

One thing that breeders must ensure is that the dogs should never ever be interrupted when they are in the mating position. Even if they are stuck for a fairly long time, making it rather agonizing to watch them over, interruption by any possible means is strictly prohibited.

Ideally and in most cases, the copulatory tie won’t last for more than 20 minutes. It mainly depends on how long the male dog will take to ejaculate his sperm into the female dog. They will stay stuck till the bulbus glandis is back to its original size.

STAGES OF A TIE

Mating in canines takes place through the following stages, which breeders should be aware of to avoid confusion or unnecessary anxiety.

Getting stuck often happens right at or after ejaculation. The expansion of the bulbus glandis compels the dogs to get stuck to each other from the rear ends. The situation lasts for 10-15 minutes in the majority of the cases. It is also when the sperms are deposited in the female dog. There should be no interruption whatsoever during a tie and throughout the entire intercourse.

After the tie, the dogs release from each other. The male dog’s penis gets smaller and he comes out all on his own.

1. MOUNTING

The first stage is referred to as Mounting. This is triggered by the female dog’s flirting and especially, flagging, which involves showcasing her rear end to imply that she is ready. The stud or the male dog, after getting this signal, prepares to mount the female one.

2. PENETRATING

The next stage is locating, identifying, and penetrating the vulva of the female dog. This might require some assistance and help from the breeder especially if the male dog is about to mate for the first time.

3. EJACULATING

Once the vulva is located, it is ejaculation that takes place. The male dog releases the prostatic fluid along with his own sperm just as he starts humping the female dog.

COPULATORY TIE PAIN

A copulatory tie can be a bit painful depending on several factors. For instance, if the dog is breeding for the first time, there are high chances of the process being painful for him. This is also because the dog’s lack of breeding experience leaves them confused about which position would suit each other the best. Stress-related discomfort can also result in some kind of pain for both.

So what happens when you force them to run or hit their genitals with something?

Yes, sometimes the muscles relax quickly, but in most cases the muscles break and in some cases the female dog loses its sexual ability. Sometimes there are more problems, including loss of kidney function in male dogs.

You have no right to harm them just as they are not harming you. It is a good thing that you are collecting love reactions with pictures of puppies on social media day and night, if you can at the same time do them some good.

And even if you don't do that, there is no problem, please don't do any harm to them.

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