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    Quote Originally Posted by Liss05 View Post
    She has 8/9 pups left in her vet says she's staying with them they r giving calcium and stntocin to her till morning see what happens then go from there and I'm taking 3 pups home to feed
    Oh Liss... I would be a total wreck with that news.... Sending hugs, you need them...
    Last edited by mitte; 01-02-2012 at 12:22 AM.
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    Thanks mitte
    I'm devastated
    Signed the papers if the vet thinks she need c section before morning he will be doing it
    Was so hard to leave her there she didn't want to leave me or her pups think I need to go get some sleep it's just too upsetting for me at the moment

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    ((((hugs))))

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    3 hours of drugs and 3 more pups born progress is too slow, we have made the desicion to c section her, she's had enough!! She wasn't in a good way when I spoke to the vet just then going to ring back now and get them to get this over with for her

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    Passed another pup this one was bigger than others vet said she is now more alert and walking around as much as she can there, vet wants us to wait for awhile now see how she goes before putting her in for c section

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    Oh the poor sweetheart , she's certainly having a rough time of it
    I bet she's hoping she never has to do it again.

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    Dealing with 3 young busy boys on no sleep feeding pups every two hours, and non stop worry and stress that our beautiful dog is going to be ok after 35 hours of labour so far, sometimes u just have to smile and laugh at the situations we find ourselves in and hope for the best otherwise we would just ****ing cry!!

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    She will never go thru this again she will be desexed as soon as its safe for her to be!!

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    And isnt that the truth Liss!!

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    What an ordeal, Liss. Hope it is over soon and everone can get some sleep.

    I once brought home a JRT who had been rushed to the vet after labour stalled and turned out to have a ruptured uterus. Unfortunately the 2 remaining pups were dead and she had a hysterectomy while her owners were feeding the two live pups at home. I happened to be at the vet with my dog and persuaded them to let the dog go home instead of keeping her overnight. I pulled up on the driveway, opened the car door intending to carry the dog in, but she jumped out of the car before I could stop her, walked straight to the backdoor with her little legs going as fast as they could, walked straight past her owners and collected visitors to were she had left her pup, laid down to nurse them and didn't get up for the next 24 hours. She ended up being a great mum, the pups were all healthy and the mother is now 15.

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