hey!! i had posted a post of my 8 week pregnant min pin. so i am super excited to say that she has had her puppy!! at 2:00 pm today! this was her 62nd day. it was the most amazing experience i've had so far! its crazy she really didnt have any signs of labor. last night we put her in her kennel to sleep and she cried a few times but that was it. this morning she was acting normal not having any labor signs. then 10 minutes before she had her, she started licking herself alot so i looked down and i saw the bubble start to come out!! i was like omg!! so then within 5 mins the puppy was out! she had no problem at all. i had to break the sack. after i did it the pup started breathing immediatly! chloie cut the cord with her teeth and cleaned up the puppy.an hour later the after birth came out and she ate it. i am so happy that she did'nt have to have a c-section. whew! but they are both doing great and she is nursing. she's a good mommy =)) hope you all have a good day. thanks again to everyone who helped with advice!! here are some pixs
Congrats Grandma! You keeping her? Or are you going to learn just how hard it is to let them go after all the work to raise em' up right? Even though I know they're going the whole time, love their new families and know they are perfect for my grandkids, it is still a big joke how I can't seem not to cry when they are no longer visiting, but the baby's going with them this time, and I gotta hand them over and it will be ME visiting next time.
First let me say how happy I am that your girl had her puppy without any apparent problems, as that is not always the case especially with young first time moms. I also have two min pins, a 9 year old male and 5 year old female, that I love dearly.
I do hope you are planning to spay and neuter your two. In the other thread you posted with questions about whelping you indicated this was "an unplanned pregnancy", and that your babies "locked" when your mom was babysitting. While your babies are cute of course, cute does not make for breeding quality. Take a look at the IMPS and other breed specific rescue sites and see how many cute babies are out there needing homes. Keeping both an intact male and female together is no picnic, and unless they are speutered, I fully expect to see another post from you in 4 to 6 months or so saying "Oh no, my min pin is pregnant again, what should I do?"