Honestly I think you can probly use a normal home preg test. I have never tryed it my self (i dont breed or anything) and i couldnt get my friend to try to catch some dog tinkle but i think they may work
if the dog is pregnant they already have found homes for them, the mom is stafordshire bull terrier and the dad is an irsh setter. The vet they take her to wanted her to come in once before they spayed her. its sounds wierd to me, our vet told us to do it before so i guess it depends on the vet, they have been taking all there dogs to her for years. Thank you all for your info , ihavent heard of dpg pregnancy test , but i heard from my friend who breeds yorkies to use human tests which i thought was weird. thank you all again .
i didnt say they dont know who the father is , and besides when her parents realized the dog was out side they seen the irish setter in their back yard, its a male and not fixed. They have an appointment next month thats when they were suppsoed to get coco spayed.
Not true. If a male is too big there is a great chance puppies won't be safely born. There was an article in a magazine- a chi got bred to a 50 pound mix bred male and she would have dies if the vet hadn't been able to do a c-section, and if there's been any more than one puppy she WOULD have died!
Well if there had been more then one puppy then they would have gotten that big. The reason she need the c-section was because there was only one puppy so it had a lot of room to grow.
My corgi's one puppy was half her size when it was born it took up her whole adomone area from her ribs to her rump. He was a big boy since he was the only one. He was bigger then our brittany puppies when they are born.
Hello. Well letting a female in heat outside unsupervised is not a good idea, but hey things happen. With Penny, I could tell within 2 weeks (this was only because she is super slim and fit) She had a little belly. Your best bet would be to wait a few weeks and see the vet to run a test. The only thing you can really do. Good luck with everything!