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Viewing all posts found for user rollinhranch
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Posted on: 10:41:53 AM 12/8/2011

I forgot, boiled chicken and rice is something to try, it's pretty bland and will usually be easy on their stomach.

Posted on: 10:39:09 AM 12/8/2011

Can you give her a potty pad or something right next to the babies and give her a little privacy? Most of mine don't want to be out of sight of their babies and use the pads until the puppies get a week or so old.

I've never had any vom...

Posted on: 11:19:42 AM 12/7/2011

I wouldn't worry about surgery unless it's causing her pain. Make sure she's not overweight, the extra weight will make it harder on her.

Posted on: 10:41:41 AM 11/28/2011

I just now saw this, but if you haven't figured out anything yet try canned pumpkin. Not the pie mix but pure pumpkin, it is good for firming up the stool.

Posted on: 6:37:29 PM 11/17/2011

I would keep giving it for however long the vet told you to. Metro is usually 7-10 days when my vet prescribes it.

Posted on: 9:05:34 PM 11/13/2011

I don't take temps anymore with my girls, but I think they say when the temp drops and stays down labor is within 12-24 hours. When she goes into labor she'll whine, and dig, some will growl with a contraction. You can feel their belly tighten as th...

Posted on: 6:10:32 PM 11/13/2011

Temp flucuations like that are normal. Did the people you got her from mention if she had been exposed to a male? I've never had a girl have a false pregnancy that got a huge belly. Also if she's pregnant you can usually feel the babies moving sta...

Posted on: 8:18:14 AM 11/13/2011

Patsy, take your dog to the vet, or at least take a stool sample to the vet. I don't think you should give your dog beano. Sometimes it's just stress that gives them an upset tummy, but most of the time it's a parasite.

stanton- I hope y...

Posted on: 10:51:46 AM 11/2/2011

Sometimes the ears are too big or heavy for them to ever stand, but at her age keep taping them and hopefully they will stand. Sometimes they will go up and down for a while before standing.

Sometimes a bigger yorkie's ears won't stand lik...

Posted on: 10:43:26 AM 10/31/2011

In addition to the deworming, make sure she's getting all she can eat, and she may need a better quality food if it's possible for you to afford it. Unless you've gotten clean fecals deworming her and the puppies is something you should probably do.

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