Delivery problems in dogs and What causes dog’s delivery critical?

After breeding, make sure your dog is pregnant by consulting your Vet. Your Vet will take x-ray in 45 days of pregnancy. From this he will tell about how many puppies are there. From 58 – 68 days your dog will give birth. Be sure you have vaccinated your pet before breeding. Any infection in your dog may affect the fetus too. During pregnancy do not vaccinate your dog, it will affect the fetus. Be sure that your dog is not overweight, because it will bring complications during delivery time. Make a healthy diet for your dog after consulting your Vet. Watch carefully the signs of labor pain in your dog. Few days before the labor pain the vulva will be relaxed There will be the drop of temperature in your dog. Note the normal temperature of your dog; it may be 101 to 102.5 f. Daily morning note the temperature. The first stage of labor is your dog will be restless, will not take food; there will be the start of uterine contractions. Next fetus will be pushed out by uterine contractions. The time to deliver next fetus, it may take 30-60 minutes. Fetus tail or head may come

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How often can we breed the dogs?

How often can we breed the dogs? All dog owners should have enough knowledge about this topic. Do you want to have healthy puppies? Do your puppies should have strong immune power? Do you want your dog to be healthy for a long period? Then you should be concerned about when you should start breeding and how often it should take place? You can start your first breed from one and half to 2 years, it depends upon your breed. Then to the next breed it definitely needed one to two years gap, so there will not be any problems to your dog or for the puppies. Any responsible dog owners do not let her breed more often. It is best to stop from 3 – 5 times of their breeding. Breeding the dogs should be responsible because, new puppies should be born without any fault and it should be the healthiest. Before breeding check your dog, if there are any health issues or worms or any infections to them. Vaccinations should be given, if any. If your dog is a registered one, then choose her mate which is also registered as a purebred. Is your female dog mate with

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