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She began stage one labor behaviors on Tuesday evening, April 3rd.Those continued through the night and all day on Wednesday, but she never showed signs of being in stage 2 (pushing.) I kept in contact all day with a local vet, that wanted me to bring her in to C-section her before business hours ended, but I refused because I had not seen her pushing.It was a girl, and the only cream puppy, the rest were reds.So, he told me that said to put the puppy in my bra, under a breast to warm it, and to “blow by” its nose and mouth pure oxygen.
Watching their curiosity of their new world when their eyes and ears opened. Their first time lapping from a bowl, "mmmm, warm fresh raw goats milk! " First time feeling the grass under their feet, and figuring out to poop in my homemade potty box! " Time is running out too fast to enjoy them long enough!They love to cuddle in our laps at night and chew on our ears while we relax in front of the TV. Three out of 5 of her puppies just opened their eyes and are staring at me! She has 2 red girls, 2 red boys, and one cream miracle girl, Miss Myra, who we hope will be breeding quality so we can keep her for our program!They happily go to bed at night in their individual crates and sleep the night through! They are going to make some lucky families out there amazing pets or some lucky breeders amazing additions to their programs! Here is Cameron and ’s story: This was Cameron’s 2nd litter.I called another vet, who referred me to yet another that I’d never met before. (His name is Kenneth Smith and he is with Pueblo Small Animal Clinic.) Once we returned home I locked again a short while later, she had begun whelping puppies without me!! There was one in a sack on the floor with a puppy inside!He had me bring stage that night and whelp her puppies. We opened the sack, cut the cord, stimulated it, warmed it, but it appeared to be gone.
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