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We just adopted a two-year-old Sheltie-Shiba Inu mix who weighs 20 lbs.

We were told by the rescue that when she was found as a stray, she was in heat, and there is a chance that she may be pregnant.

It has been four weeks since she was found, and she's not showing any signs of pregnancy yet. We were told to monitor enlarged nipples, and that hasn't been the case.

We're reluctant to take her to the vet now because of COVID-19 (dogs don't really get coronavirus, as far as I know, but we do). Should we continue monitoring? Do we need to feed her different food if she's pregnant? Is there anything else that we need to do beside monitoring?

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