When dogs do mate, they get all excited and heated up. Their body temperature rises a bit with excitement. They have the urge to mate just like humans do, not just to produce young ones as male dogs could careless about producing an offspring. So get them calm and relaxed by bringing them someplace cool and out of the sun. This will ease the blood flow that to the balbus gland that has swollen inside the bitch's vagina.
I don't know, but my dogs have been stuck several times. Mainly at nights when i am sleeping i would hear a little ruffling in the garage and when i turn on the lights, voila! two stuck dogs. sometimes i would just leave them alone or bring them a little food and probably a glass of wine (just kidding about the wine) to set the mood right. I would pour a little dry food in the bowls at either and and despite being stuck, they will gobble it down and every time they do, they become unstuck more quickly.
Er,,Leave them Alone
For heavens sake, it's a natural process for dogs to mate and actually get stuck. Why would you want to intervene anyway to get them apart. Simply wait until the process runs its natural course. The dogs will be fine.
- Never try pulling the dogs apart physically. You are hurting both male and female dog by doing this. You have to remember that the dog's penis is swollen like a bulb inside the female's dog vagina. Physically pulling these animals apart can lead to damaging the reproductive organs of both animals. Which would be quite painful.
- Don't throw water on them. Many times people think pouring water on the animals would somehow cause the penis to deflate and let loose. This is a myth, pouring cold water on the dogs does nothing for them in this area.
Come on now, what would really be the need to disrupt your dogs hanky panky? Unless you were probably out walking your dog and took your eyes off him or her for a minute and before you knew it you inherited a mating dog-in-law. Just leave the dogs alone.