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Post by JSAN_911 on Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:51 pm

Great blow-by-blow article on whelping
by Vicki Sandage, DVM

The time has come. You spent hours with friends and fellow breeders discussing & rediscussing the virtues and faults of every stud dog in the country. You sent your precious girl to the stud you finally decided on and entrusted her to the care of a fellow breeder (or just did it yourself with a boy at home). You spent 3-4 weeks with the same friends persistently asking "is she pregnant?". You may have even taken her down to the vet for palpation or radiographs just to be sure in the second month of pregnancy. You have told the boss you may have a "family emergency" coming up and you will be taking a few days off suddenly. And now, (oh my God!) she is going to have puppies. How do you get them out safely?

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