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Old 02-09-2016, 05:29 AM
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incase pups com in next 6 or so hours good luck esp with delivery! 12 30am in NZ! must get to sleep
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Old 02-09-2016, 08:38 AM
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Waters have broken at 2pm (so 30 mins ago)
i think I've felt 1 contraction (felt like she was being squeezed like a sponge?)
she's only had about 3 mouthfuls of lunch (didn't eat breakfast) as well.
Alot of sighing going on but not much else
Does that all sound normal?
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Old 02-09-2016, 08:46 AM
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Still no puppies but she's still the same at this rate I can see me falling asleep in the middle of the main event lol
She's still making that strange noise on and off. She didn't lie down at all last night she just sat there with her head resting on the side of the whelping box.
I didn't realise that about the lights I'm wondering if I'm disturbing her as I've been keeping the bedside lamp off so its dark but turning it on to check on her if I hear some activity from her then turning it off if she's just having a circle or digging.
Thank you for keeping us updated, it is very much appreciated! Sounds like she's really close.

You probably aren't, but does she seem bothered by it? If she doesn't then I really don't think it's a worry. However you can just keep the light on if you wish as long as it keeps the light in the room low and soft.
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Waters have broken at 2pm (so 30 mins ago)
i think I've felt 1 contraction (felt like she was being squeezed like a sponge?)
she's only had about 3 mouthfuls of lunch (didn't eat breakfast) as well.
Alot of sighing going on but not much else
Does that all sound normal?
Yes that does sound normal, if you saw her water brake then you will probably see puppies within an hour. Yep, that sounds like a contraction all right, when she is doing that constantly but you can also see them happening without having to touch her, you are about to see a pup come out.

I hope you have plenty of towels ready? I'd say pups are about to come!
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This is exciting! Hoping that the delivery goes smoothly.
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Focus on mommy and worry about updating us (except for advice) when your hands aren't so full. Good luck! Can't wait to see squiggly little jelly beans.
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How exciting! More cute pups to admire soon! Good luck!
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Well I feel like a right idiot right now. Had to take roxy to the vets as nothing was happening/progressing and the vet is of the opinion that she wet herself and had some discharge at the same time which is nothing to worry about apparently (I didn't know this hence me getting it wrong). He does think she's close though as she is contracting very mildly.
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Well I feel like a right idiot right now. Had to take roxy to the vets as nothing was happening/progressing and the vet is of the opinion that she wet herself and had some discharge at the same time which is nothing to worry about apparently (I didn't know this hence me getting it wrong). He does think she's close though as she is contracting very mildly.
hmmm intresting! and you losing out on sleep poor you!
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Well I feel like a right idiot right now. Had to take roxy to the vets as nothing was happening/progressing and the vet is of the opinion that she wet herself and had some discharge at the same time which is nothing to worry about apparently (I didn't know this hence me getting it wrong). He does think she's close though as she is contracting very mildly.
No reason to feel like an idiot, it's easy to think they are about to go when you're so excited about them actually going.

Just try to take it easy, get some sleep and relax, (not easy to do, I know). Taking her into the vet when there isn't any real reason will only stress her and delay full labor, I am in no way trying to tell you not to take her if you feel there is a real reason, just don't get too jumpy about it, if she doesn't seem to be in distress, then there probably isn't anything wrong.
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