Heatie time

I’m on my heatie time at the moment..otherwise known as ‘in heat’, ‘in season’ or something to do with the moon

It’s when:

  • I need more rest, extra naps and cuddles.
  • I see just one or two girlfriends for playtime at a very early hour on the beach, only for a few mornings during this time.
  • I release some droplets of blood every so often, but I clean that all up and wash myself lots so its not such a big deal. 
  • I do a lot more power walks on lead with Vikki, very early in the morning and very late at night, when everyone else is still sleeping (that way I still get my exercise and explore time). 
  • I tend to sniff and pee a lot more….I can’t help it.  We drive to where we are going for a walk so I can sniff different things and where I can leave as many pee-mails as I want without a concern that boy dogs are going to know where I live!
  • I don’t do as much home-learning sessions and no classes, since its the time to take things nice and easy. 
  • Vikki and I will hang out more at home between the walks.
You see, I will be attracting the boys who are programmed to follow the girls ‘in heat’ since this is the time to make puppies.
 
Arghhh! Not interested!

I’m waiting to meet a nice Ridgeback boy to start a beautiful relationship with him before I would even consider puppies…♥

 

Photo courtesy of Beaudor
Someone like Beaudor  for example: 
I’m ready for our date Zola!
During heatie time, I have to be careful and keep a low profile, preferably in disguise, so that I do not attract the wrong attention from the local boys! 

Vikki uses this time (around 21 days) to live a little differently and tries to make it fun and interesting. I quite enjoy the change, but we do miss our beach friends – so we watch my most recent video of them to cheer us up 🙂

Sweet dreaming of my friends:
Back to play soon as I can – when my moon cycle has passed…
 

About bigdogzola

Hello - I'm Zola! I'm a Rhodesian Ridgeback Girl with my own Dog Blog! For the first three years of my life, I lived on the French Riviera. Now I have moved and am enjoying the lush green forests and country life in England. Welcome to a big dog's life!
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6 Responses to Heatie time

  1. Summer says:

    Well, the extra cuddles and attention sounds nice. I’m sure it’s a short matter of time before a handsome ridgeback boy sweeps you off your feet and you elope into the sunset! The blood thing sounds like a chore though. =s I don’t know because I had my girl bits removed before my first heat! Momma-1 says if I had to do that, I would probably be a messy girl and leave little droplets on their shoes as early morning surprises. Hehe! Well take it easy! I’m sure it’ll be a short matter of time before you’re out playing with all your friends again.

    Summer

  2. Ludo says:

    I hope it passes quickly and smoothly for you. Glad I not a girl!

  3. Beaudor says:

    Counting the days to meet you,Zola……

    Your Mr.B,xxx

  4. Lucille says:

    Hi Zola,
    yes, I perfectly know the feeling 🙂
    You know, I am now waiting for my usual fake pregnancy… it is about time, two months from the cycle… heat… or… well, you know what I am talking about perfectly!!!
    Do you have false pregnancies also or are you a better girl than me? 😉 Hope you are better than me, else your human might start having bad thoughts like mine about my tummy…!!!
    Take care 🙂
    Ciao Lucille

  5. marianne says:

    Beaudor would be the perfect fiancée!!! Well and the other way around 🙂
    Cute post!

  6. Vic says:

    Hi Zola,
    Thanks for your visit to my site…you are a looker for sure and I can see how lovely Beaudor would want a date with you…I shall follow with interest and see what comes from this possible union.

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