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Thread: UpDate on My Dogue De Bordeaux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    They can not be excersized up until they reach at least the
    age of 1 year old, due to the size of the rapid growth..
    However, you could take them down the beach by car
    to throw a ball for about 10 mins but heavy excersize is not recommended .
    I don't know if you would know but does this apply to English Mastiff's as well?

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    I would say it would apply to all large breeds..
    Regular excersize as a young pup is not recommended
    due to their rapid bone growth..
    Over excersizing can cause all sorts of problems
    related to hip / elbows ect ......

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    No signs at all lucky? We are thinking tommorrow here, are you doing temp checks?
    The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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    No I am not doing temp checks..
    Must be anytime now..My baby girl has been
    off her food for about 3 - 4 days now..
    She is eating but very small amounts..
    She has lost a lot of weight in this last week..
    She seems to be pacing now and not talking
    to me so I reckon anytime now...
    I calculated she'd be due tomorrow so lets see
    how good I am..
    I just hope she doesn't have them in the middle
    of the night. It's been getting so cold lately ....

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    I really hope her labor goes well especially with eight potential pups! I'm not sure if it's the same as with other breeds but in the past my mum bred maltese shizu's and she'd have 8 - 9 every time and struggled abit. Mum ended up having to help her with the labor. So i hope your girl does well.
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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    They were born a while back. Poor LL has had some terrible ups and downs since then!

    A thread here on pups: http://www.dogforum.com.au/my-dog-ph...ue-babies.html

    Their mum Geneva has recently been hospitalised and very sick. Home now though I think!

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    all is good peoples..
    Thanks for your concerns..

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