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Old 02-10-2016, 07:47 PM
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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
i know it may seem too much effort but if you can carry it up and downstairs that be good for her sounds like she is being clingy and maybe a bit anxious about the birth and that you will leave her. id def try it and see what happens as a experiment.
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Old 02-10-2016, 11:40 PM
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I would not move the whelping box at this stage. Females often get really clingy before they have their pups and I have had them that would not let me out of their sight. Luckily once they have the first puppy they settle down. It sounds like where you have the whelping box is the best place for her.
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I wouldn't move it. It's pretty normal for a dog, pregnant or not, to leave their nest or bed when their owner gets up. It sounds like you picked a good place. Somewhere quiet and peaceful. If you are up there most of the time and that's where you go when you notice more active labor, then thats probably where she will have her puppies.
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Old 02-11-2016, 02:47 AM
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I think it will be today. Woke up at about 5 am to her crying and banging around in her box and she's messed about with the bedding more than before as well but that might be from all the bashing about
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Disregard last post. She now has a water sac hanging out so pups are on the way. I will update later.
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Old 02-11-2016, 04:17 AM
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Disregard last post. She now has a water sac hanging out so pups are on the way. I will update later.
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Oh great news! Heap of good luck your way! Poor you waking that early though still I think she was telling you how close she was! Look forward to update
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Old 02-11-2016, 04:29 AM
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Not alot happening. The sac broke and she's having contractions. Heartbreaking at times as she's crying alot during the contractions but she's coping well by ripping stuff up. I keep offering her water but she keeps trying to pull the bowl off me and the knocks it around her box.
Everything is quite wet but she doesn't want to move and won't let me change the bedding.
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Old 02-11-2016, 08:38 AM
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Puppy 1 is here. It's a little girl. She was a bit stuck and needed a bit of help but she's now nursing and roxy is being a star
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Yay! Puppies are on the way! Can't wait to get the full count and pictures! Congrats!
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Puppy number 6 is here. Not sure if there's anymore to come her belly gone quite flat and she looks like she's going to sleep
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