So your dog is nearing the end of her pregnancy. You're anxiously wondering what the signs of dog labor are. Now is a great time to understand the Top 10 Signs of Dog Labor which we cover in this article. If you have further comments or questions about 'Signs of Dog Labor', feel free to visit our Forums, Use our 'Ask a Breeder a Question Link' or make a Comment on this article below.
Category - Dog Whelping
What is really necessary for a whelping box? Do you really need to purchase an elaborate setup or can there be a simple solution? Obviously, purchased whelping boxes are designed for the dog birthing process and can make your job easier and your mom-dog more comfortable.
Knowing how to tell if your puppy needs additional milk beyond what the nursing dog can give is an important item to be aware of during the nursing stage. We cover warning signs of puppy dehydration and how to handle this situation.
Part of being a responsible breeder is being prepared for whelping puppies from your pregnant dog. There are quite a few items that you should have ready before the big day arrives. We provide a list of these items.
We've delivered or assisted in the delivery of many litters of puppies. This is an ongoing list of problems that we have run into during the whelping process.
The long wait is nearly over. So what are the warning signs that indicate puppies are near? We review dog labor signs, potential problems you may run into, the birthing process, and more...
Every person who assists a dog with the whelping process should be familiar with helping newborn puppy breathe. Many times a newborn puppy will need some slight assistance to stimulate its breathing.
The question of 'Should I Breed My Dog' should not be taken lightly. Breeding your dog has many consequences that you perhaps have not thought about. To be a good, responsible dog breeder you have a lot of work and planning to do.