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how can u tell when ur dog is having puppies

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pregnant dog

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  • Jessica GardnerJessica Gardner Coastal Plain/PiedmontPosts: 2,868Member
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  • Kylie DennisKylie Dennis TooelePosts: 1,805Member
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    GET TO THE VET............You should have known this WAAAYYY before you bred your dog!!!! After she has the pups SPAY her and don't add to the pet over-population again!!!
  • Tiffany CarsonTiffany Carson St. MarysPosts: 15,800Member
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    Take her to the vet. My website is an *introduction* to the world of responsible dog breeding: ~Tiffany, breeder-in-training
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    She will have a big tummy and take her to the vet!
  • Allie LumAllie Lum TorontoPosts: 1,587Member
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  • Jack's PackJack's Pack AustinPosts: 4,608Member ✭✭
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    You need to have her acclimated to a whelping box and check her temperature at least two times a day. It will drop below 99 degrees 12 to 24 hours before she whelps. She will likely begin panting, nesting, and whimpering. Once she begins pushing, a puppy should present within an hour, otherwise she needs to see a veterinarian. I suspect your dog is not receiving appropriate prenatal care or else you wouldn't be seeking veterinary advice in a forum. Please seek further advice from a veterinarian about whelping and the significant health and behavior benefits of spaying/neutering. Although, not contributing to pet overpopulation should be reason enough.
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