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Viewing all posts found for user rollinhranch
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Posted on: 11:38:03 AM 7/10/2013

If she were mine I would have her spayed, you could very likely be risking her life letting her try to deliver the puppies. If she's 5 weeks along your vet can do an ultrasound and tell you if she's pregnant or not. If you decide not to spay her I ...

Posted on: 10:52:21 PM 12/11/2012

He's probably not full yorkie being solid black, they are born with tan. $300 is usually around what the yorkie mixes sell for

Posted on: 10:57:32 AM 3/24/2012

Can you find a specialist to take him to? Check with vet teaching schools in your area. I had a yorkie that was big enough to have an MRI. They are the best for knowing what's going on, and the one I used was very reasonable, $75 for the initial e...

Posted on: 11:14:39 AM 3/23/2012

That is strange, what does your vet say about it? Maybe they accidentally injured it during the spay?

Posted on: 10:39:25 AM 2/24/2012

She needs somewhere she will feel safe. How big is she? A kiddie pool with blankets or towels will usually work pretty good to keep the puppies from crawling away from her. Change the bedding on a regular basis to keep the puppies clean.

Posted on: 12:40:06 AM 1/19/2012

I think they are taking advantage of you. My vet charges $10 extra to repair a hernia at the time of a spay or neuter. Try a vet who also does large animals or who is not in a large city, they usually seem to be much more reasonable. A hernia usua...

Posted on: 11:35:28 AM 1/16/2012

How did your vet check? If he palpated they could be wrong, I had a vet tell me a dog wasn't pregnant by palpation and she had three. If it was ultrasound or an xray after day 55 they were probably correct. Has her belly gotten quite a bit bigger ...

Posted on: 11:32:55 AM 1/16/2012

Have you tried contacting the breeder again to see, maybe if they can see where your dog is kept and get more information from you about your reasons for wanting to breed they will give the papers.

Posted on: 3:10:36 PM 12/30/2011

Call your vet for a quote. You can probably get a pretty good deal on fixing the hernia and getting her spayed at the same time. I think my vet charges $10 extra for a hernia repair when spaying the puppy.

Posted on: 12:29:00 AM 12/21/2011

A vet is a good idea for the scratching and not having much energy. Our german shepherd puppy is full of energy. She could have parasites or something more...

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