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Old 02-10-2016, 02:29 PM
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Old 02-10-2016, 02:30 PM
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dc86 last posted 8 56am andnow 9 30am where i am so fingers crossed pup being born
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Old 02-10-2016, 02:35 PM
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It happened about an hour ago. I'm not sure if it was discharge or something else. I didn't hear anything until she started licking at smelling. Could it be stomach acid?
No she's not contracting that I can tell I thought she was yesterday but after a quick look online I'm wondering if they were false ones (or like a dog version of Braxton hicks).
She's slept all day today baring about 5 mins here and there. She has eaten nothing since about 9pm last night and that was only about a handful and she even spat some of it back out. She's drinking plenty. She seems to have balloned again
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Old 02-10-2016, 02:38 PM
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dc86 last posted 8 56am andnow 9 30am where i am so fingers crossed pup being born
No pups yet soz I was putting the kids to bed it's 8:30 pm here
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Old 02-10-2016, 02:42 PM
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It happened about an hour ago. I'm not sure if it was discharge or something else. I didn't hear anything until she started licking at smelling. Could it be stomach acid?
No she's not contracting that I can tell I thought she was yesterday but after a quick look online I'm wondering if they were false ones (or like a dog version of Braxton hicks).
She's slept all day today baring about 5 mins here and there. She has eaten nothing since about 9pm last night and that was only about a handful and she even spat some of it back out. She's drinking plenty. She seems to have balloned again
It is possible that she threw up, yes. Some dogs will do that before delivery. If there aren't any contractions then it wasn't a placenta letting lose, she would have already had a pup or would be actively straining by now. That sounds very normal, most of my dogs have spent the last 2-3 days sleeping almost constantly. Her not eating could mean something. Have you tried offering her something else besides kibble? You don't have to, but if she refuses something like a piece of chicken or meat as well then that's a pretty good sign she's really close.
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Old 02-10-2016, 03:05 PM
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I offered her a bit of mince and she has eaten a little bit but she was more interested in having a drink
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I'm thinking about how she kept wanting to go to one of the kids' rooms. Is it quiet and calm where you are? Maybe some varied bedding in her box that she can settle on? Not sure if a dog isn't feeling comfortable if she'll hold back (I've only dealt with this with cats before).
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Old 02-10-2016, 05:16 PM
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I'm not sure. I keep it very calm and quiet where I've got her and the kids are not allowed in there but when I take her out to toilet she refuses to come upstairs period and I have to carry her. She was trying to get in my youngests room but if I let her in there she gets on daughters bed licks her a couple of times then comes back out. If I do this with her before I go to bed she stops trying to get in there. She won't go in the other kids bedrooms.

On a side note I just took her out to toilet and my boy dog was in the kitchen and she just flew at him for no reason he didn't do anything at all he didn't even get off his bed thankfully he's not wounded just looking a bit sorry for himself. I'm hoping it's just her hormones.
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do you think she just wants to stay downstairs? maybe she wants to be downstairs
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I was thinking that but it's not very quiet down there with 4 kids running around screaming and shouting (and fighting lol) and then the other dog. Plus I've usually got some1 knocking on the door.
Do you think it would be worth moving the whelping box down there? At the moment she will stay in the whelping box if I'm in the room with her but if I get up to go toilet or get a drink etc she will follow me or if I don't let her 'check' on my youngest she
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