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Hi there,

  You know, back in the 60's I had a female collie, she never had babies. and when she was older, at least once a year, I think that is what she went through, false heat. She picked one item, I remember a rubber toy from Avon, and she would lay on it, carry it, growl if someone got to close to it. Treated it just like it was her baby. That lasted like 2 weeks. Then she would just ignore it. And I always thought it was because did never had babies. I don't know what went on in the inside of her, but she acted funny and was not sick. but....... she was never spaded, and when she was 13 years old, she passed away from an uterous infection. Now I know better and all my pets have been fixed. I know I didn't tell much, but your question made me think of her. Love Bevi

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