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Posted on: 7:51:50 AM 10/28/2007

Kay, I know you realize I'm also posting on another thread but I think I'm seeing different dates of possible gestation here?

Anyway, check other thread too LOL

Posted on: 7:05:20 AM 10/28/2007

Movement does NOT mean 1 week from gestation. I assure you of that. I have had pups move in a girl 10-14 days from whelp. Generally speaking however 2 weeks out is early for lot's of movement. Movement does suggest completely developed puppies clo...

Posted on: 6:13:13 AM 10/28/2007

Kay, no you can not base whelp on what you are feeling. Whelp is technically 63 days from the day she had a Ph surge. This could have been just before or just after she actually conceived. Basically, 63 days from the date she got prego is what you ...

Posted on: 4:29:49 AM 10/28/2007

I do my own progesterone testing and AI's both on site and when I have swimmers shipped. I also ship out for stud service.

Depending on wether you are going to your own vet or an actual Repro vet and based on geographical locations it var...

Posted on: 7:50:08 PM 10/27/2007

Thank you Windy for paying such attention you point out one of the very very few times I have ever been upset around here. Nice Job and I sincerely mean that.


Oh, check your PM... it's actually important and has nothing to do with ...

Posted on: 5:35:54 PM 10/27/2007

Waggin, good information! Do you let them eat all the afterbirth? I don't. Gives them horrible runs. Depending on the size of litter, they get 1 or 2.

Looks like you are new here? welcome.

Posted on: 5:33:07 PM 10/27/2007

whoa, I've seen those plants quite often. Had no idea.

Thanks for the post, pictures.

Posted on: 3:24:38 PM 10/27/2007

I agree, I would suggest having them immediately checked for worms and perhaps Ring Worm which is a fungus, not a worm. Could be numerous things but it's not normal for pups of this age to have this. Good Luck.

Posted on: 1:06:29 PM 10/27/2007

Thank you Windy and why keep saying you're going if you are not? LOLOLOL

have a good day


" IF YOU DO NOT WANT THE HONEST OPINION OF WINDY, THEN DON'T POST ON A FORUM I AM A MEMBER OF. Because you will get my God's honest ...

Posted on: 12:58:24 PM 10/27/2007

yeah right...

could have started a new thread if you wanted to motivate someone or others and not talk about yourself.

"Hey everyone: here's a link to help those out in California who could really use your assistance."

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