I have a beagle.chihuahua mix and on june 10 a great big dog(possibly boxer or lab) dug under my fence and got to her she is definitly pregnant. I was moving that day and when I got to my mothers I put her in the back yard and my mom did not know she was out there and she put her 2 male chihuahuas out side and one of them got a hold of her too. So I have a few questions. Can she deliver the pupies safely? is it more likely the chihuahuas puppies rather then the other dogs? I am confused and do not know what to do. The big dog got her on june 10th and the little dog(s) got her on the 11th.
Your dog very likely is carrying puppies by both males. She will not likely be able to safely deliver the pups of the large dog due to the big size the pups would be.
She needs to be seen by a vet ASAP and explain the situation to him. You will likely need to consider either spaying her now so that you dont risk losing her during whelp or set up a scheduled C-section day in order for her to safely have them.
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wow u poor thing , all that stress! ive read all the messages and think you should listen to ur replyer as they obviously know wot they are talking about, vet asap is wot i say as you wouldnt want your poor baby to have complications! c-section will probably have to be done . it sounds like shes doing the right thing ,getting the clear fluid so she defo preggers! ive recently had the same probs, my male got hold of my female and i took her to the vets though and they said she wasnt pregnant, but i kept the dates and wasnt happy wot they said as she was getting fat, it turned out she was and had 8 gorgeous healthy big pups (staffordshire bull terriers) so you can never be sure! but good luck and hope she pulls through" dona ......xx
Hi, First and foremost, make an appointment with your vet to confirm that your dog is pregnant and to have a health check up. Your pregnant dog is going to be counting on you now more than ever to make sure she gets the best of prenatal care.
I believe the U.K poster made a mistake when typing the link. I tried to bring it up and the page couldn't be found, and it just said an error has occured. It's quite possible that the link was supposed to lead to advice on pregnant dogs.