The dog breeding process isn’t complicated, if your female Golden is interested and wants to cooperate!
If she is not ready to be bred, she will let this be known.
She may sit down, move away from, growl, snap, or lay on her back if she is not ready or interested in mating. The ball is definitely in her court!
Always have plenty of water for them, for if they are inexperienced, they will take many breaks.
Both of them will be quite thirsty from panting with excitement, and working so hard, especially the male.
The male will mount the female from behind and using his paws, grab her by her hip bones and pull her towards him.
When he does penetrate her vagina, he will grab her tighter and start quickly thrusting.
A dog’s penis has a bone in it. He also has what is called a bulbus glandis, which is an erectile tissue structure on either side of his penis, that swells with blood and enlarges when he is inside of the female.
This is what locks them together and is commonly called a dog breeding tie.
A breeding tie can last from 5 minutes to 30 minutes, and the pair will become untied when the male’s swelling goes down.
After your male has tied with your female, the male will left his leg, move it over her back, and turn around so that they are standing with their hind ends touching each other.
Sometimes a female will be in a tie and suddenly decide that she doesn’t want to be!
You need to be there to keep her calm and not allow her to try and run off, thereby dragging the male with her, as obviously, he can’t just let loose.