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Thread: Getting back to normal routine after c section?

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    Default Getting back to normal routine after c section?

    So as most of you know on here tips had a c section to deliver her pups two weeks ago this Monday, my question is when can I start letting her get back to her normal routine I toke our other dog tynee to the local dog park this morning and tips got all excited while I was getting ready to leave cause she thought she was coming and I just didn't know if I should take her with me like I would normally she was not happy with me when I left without her

    Now our normal routine is dog park bout 3 times a week and daily walks inbetween and tips is normally a fairly active dog and loves to be with us pretty much where ever we go and since she's had the pups she has been happy just staying with them while I take tynee out and so on but now she is happy to leave them for abit so is it ok to start doing our normal stuff with her again or should we wait a little longer?

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    Another thought I had too could she possibly pick something up when we are out even tho she's fully vaccinated and bring it back to the pups?

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    Mum goes no where. Yes she could bring something back with her, something could happen to her & your will be looking after young pups or she could simply lose interest in her pups and crave the old life.

    My dams go really go nowhere for the first 8 weeks of their pups life then they are allowed to go for a walk on a leash not far from the house. I do however put the pups in the car from 6 weeks old so I also take mum out with them, mum enjoys looking out the window and it gets the pups used to travel as well.

    It's also likely that she get down the road and want to come straight back.
    Last edited by MAC; 01-14-2012 at 07:51 PM.

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    Yep she's just going to have to deal with it, all part of breeding. You're going to have to find ways to keep her mind active like interactive toys and perhaps just strolls leashed around the perimetre of your property to get her exercise.

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    Agree with the others..she stays with them. I lost 2 pups because I did not realise how torn Pretty was between being with us and the pups.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Thanks very much all

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