She had one pup when she was 8 months because we didn't know they come into heat that soon. She had it but it was rough and the pup didn't make it but she has grown a lot since. I separated them as soon as I noticed she was in heat but apparently didn't get to her in time.
Can I ask you why you have not spayed your dog yet? Breeding dogs is not for the inexperienced, and you don't seem to have learned anything since she had that puppy at 8 months. That just about breaks my heart, because there's no need of it. Are the dogs registered, and have you shown either one? Please post a picture or two, I'd love to see what they look like.
There is a great danger in breeding a Boston at less than one year of age. Their pelvic structure is not fully developed, and Boston babies have huge heads. Depending how many times the female was bred, it can easily turn out like last time, or worse, you could lose the girl. Do you know how many times the dogs tied? You must take her to the vet, a week or so before she's due and do a puppy count. If she's carrying very few pups, she won't be able to pass them, she will need a c-section. What are you feeding her right now? If she doesn't get the right nutrition, she runs the risk of eclampsia, which can kill her. I can tell you how to supplement her diet; to prevent eclampsia.
I cant belive you care so little for this dog that you bred her twice in a row. Esp. after she had a rough time the first time. She is still young, I hope you dont learn the hard way and lose your girl. You need to think about her, and If you aren't going to care for her properly, give her to someone who will!!!
I'm sorry, but I also have a difficult time understanding how you would have an intact dog & bitch without understanding anything at all about her "heat" cycles and reproduction. This is something your breeder should have made clear before you put the two of them in the same home.
I suspect her first (disastrous) breeding and whelping was probably closer to 6 months than 8 since she's just a year and was in heat and bred again.
Once is a lot easier to understand than twice in such a short period of time, especially since she was so young the first time.
I sincerely hope you have taken her to the vet to be checked out and that your vet is monitoring her closely. The "damage" is done so there is no going back, only making sure that she is kept safe by proper care.
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