During the beginning of Estrus phase of 9 days when the female dog accepts the male to mate with her, does it take just once or twice for her to become pregnant? Also, the first time was not interrupted but the second time was because we were trying to keep them apart. Is there a chance he could still be pregnant? The male is a few months away from being a year old. Any replies will be appreciated. Thank you.
my dog is a chinese bear coat shar pei and black lab mix. both his parents have papers. when we got him his was a puphe was all wrinkled up but he has outgrown his wrinkles...anyone elsehad this happen
Sudden Death in Kitty
My baby Tigger was 9 yrs. When I adopted him as a kitten he had been very ill, the vet said he only had a 30% chance of survival...He of course made it and was the best baby in the world. (If not for his love and affection I wouldn't have survived my own serious health issues) He wasn't sick again until about 1.5 yrs ago, when we noticed his teeth were going bad. We haven't had the funds to take him to the vet so we did what we could. Tigger began to lose weight a yr ago and vomiting white foam periodically, he never ate very much but we started feeding him soft food. He loved drinking water and his litter box habits were regular and healthy looking. Then, on my wedding anniversary (10/31) he was acting fine all day. That evening he puked several times then had diarrhea 3 times. I sat with him all nite. On 11/1, I came home from work and he was loving and purring but very weak. We gave him water and he drank a 3 tablespoons. He was waking oddly, like his hind legs were stiff. He peed, then went under the end table. Early the next morning, we found him under the couch, under where I had fallen asleep. We knew he had gone in his sleep the nite before...He never screamed, never whimpered, never showed obvious signs of pain. I am confused as to how this happened so suddenly. I'm still grieving and trying to come to terms with his passing. Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated to help me find some closure. The guilt is making me sick....
my one and a half yr old boxer eats a 5 cup meal and has 3-5 bowl movements a day ,not diahrea,looks like wet digested dog food but she is loosing weight,still active and no vometing????im so puzzled???
I have a chiweenie(mix of chihuahua and dachshund) so very cute and thinks she is the boss.Sad to say she has developed a skin problem. My vet said she has Adrenal Reproductive Hormone Imbalance. This has caused her to lose her hair and we are trying everything for her problem. She is on meds. and hydrocortisone lotion and antihistamines. If anyone has a cure .... let me know. I love my little Roxey so much. She is a rescue when she was about 7 months. Franie
COUGHING MEDICATION FOR DOGS
I HAVE FIVE 1YR OLD DOGS WHO ARE THE OFFSPRINGS OF MY MIXED BREED FEMALE DOG . MY PROBLEM IS THAT TWO OF THESE DOGS HAD JUST NEWLY BEEN COUGHING SINCE THE HOT WEATHER CAME. I ALWAYS GAVE THEM DRY DOG FOOD WITH LESS PROTEIN AND COOKED VEGETABLES WITH CANNED DOG FOOG AND ALSO GIVES THEM ALWAYS FRESH AND CLEAN WATER THAT I KEEP ON CHANGING ALMOIST FIVE TO SEVEN TIMES A DAY, TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY ALWAYS HAVE FRESH AND CLEAN WATER TO DRINK FOR THE HOT WEATHER. I GIVE THEM 1 TABLET OF PET TABS DOG VITAMIN EACH EVERYDAY.
I AM ANXIOUS TO HELP MY DOGS TO IRRADICATE THEIR COUGHING. PLEASE HELP.
My female Yorky has been in heet for 15 days and still has a bloody discharge. I've never had a femalw dog before so I don't know if this is normal or if i should be alarmed
Someone said they can bred father and daughter. I know it is wrong. Give some advice so i can pass it on to this person so it won't be done.
My 14 week old britney spaniel puppy does not like her leash at all! What can I do to show her that the leash could be a fun thing??
Trying to breed my very small pomeranian male the bitch is a bit taller then him she will let him mount her but when he trys to penetrate her she moves away she has never been mated or has my male,she is in the right cycle to mate,only wont let him enter,what to do?
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