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Old 02-12-2016, 03:20 AM
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She's doing slightly better this morning she's has barely moved all night except to gather them in closer when the temp dropped at about 5 am. She's just giving them their morning wash and then I need to change the puppy pads when she's gone out for a wee as she won't let me change them and really doesn't like me picking them up.
We had another placenta deliver late last night so now just 1 left that I haven't seen but I'm thinking she's eating it as her Lochia has practically stopped already.
Pics to follow when I've changed the puppy pads xx
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Old 02-12-2016, 03:44 AM
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Her milk has come through in the front teats over night I've just noticed. They are still huddling together at the back but if I move some up front they do stay and latch on.
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Her milk has come through in the front teats over night I've just noticed. They are still huddling together at the back but if I move some up front they do stay and latch on.
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That's great!

The pups will figure it out....I know sometimes it seems like they're clueless and go in all the wrong directions or try to fight over one teat. But it's instinctual to wiggle around each other to find teats.
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Hungry hungry puppies x
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Awww, your heart must be bursting. <3
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im glad she stopped trying to squash the puppies. very cute indeed! good to see milk come through front teats!
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Wow 30 is way too hot for sleeping can't wait to get the heat pad later today. Feels worse than summer lol
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Wow 30 is way too hot for sleeping can't wait to get the heat pad later today. Feels worse than summer lol
Celsuis or F? its nearly 30c here in NZ atm!
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Wow 30 is way too hot for sleeping can't wait to get the heat pad later today. Feels worse than summer lol
Why is it so hot? Is this from a heating blanket?
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