Why Dogs Get Stuck After MATING - Breeding Explanation

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have you ever wondered why dogs get

stuck together after mating in this

video we'll explain the seemingly odd

breeding venue during the mating process

the male ejaculates in three phases

known as fractions the first stage is

called the pre sperm fraction this is

released during the beginning of

penetration and is a quality liquid

without any sperm the next is the sperm

rich fraction this is a second

ejaculation where the dog transmits the

sperm to the female during this phase

the bulb is grandis or bulb of the dog's

penis the part of the base of the shaft

in gorgeous due to greater blood flow as

it gets bigger the penis locks into the

vagina of the female and becomes stuck

at this point the male lifts his leg and

turns away from the field the third

phase is the prostatic fraction where

the male and female stand Hinds to hind

but stuck together in a stance known as

knotting or tying during this phase one

last ejaculation occurs but with less

sperm once the ejaculation is finished

the dog's penis relaxes and they become

unstuck in total the copulation can last

between 20 and 60 minutes depending on

the dog it's also very important not to