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Old 12-26-2015, 02:32 PM
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Vet is already scheduled to come out for something else, so he'll check her over then.
Fed them with a fence between, but she was still shooing the other dog away from his bowl. So now I stand and watch over to make sure the other eats and doesn't get shy and leave.
Today, she only ate half her food.
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Taking mine to the vet. Can anyone tell from these pics?
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Taking mine to the vet. Can anyone tell from these pics?

Going by her teats, she's either pregnant or she's having a false pregnancy and is lactating because of it.
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When was she bred?
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