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Old 05-20-2012, 03:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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My pit had 10 pups three weeks ago. She now acts like she is trying to avoid them. She does act concerned but disinterrested in nursing. I have to put her in the room with them and close the door in order for her to nurse them. What do I do? Do I go and get bottles and puppy formula or do I go ahead and start feeding them puppy food? Help!
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Old 05-20-2012, 03:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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First off-is she producing enough milk?
Second-are the pups healthy?
Third-is that her first litter?
Could just be she is tired.At this stage in the development,the pups should have gotten a lot of the needed nutrience from her.Keep an eye on them,and you could perhaps help out by help feeding the pups.
Before you start ANY alternative methodes,read up on it on the web.
Hope this helps.
Thank you,
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If you have to ask a question like this, plus it's your first post call your local vet. After she's done with these pups do the dog world a favor and take her to your local vet to get her Spayed!!!!!!!!!

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When its time to feed them:
-separate them so you can bottle feed half and the other half can have real milk
-wait several hrs (at least 1 hr.) and switch (so the other 5 have real milk)
DO THIS AT LEAST 3 TIMES A DAY - welcome to breeding


-get you momma out of there! Do not make her spend time with the pups, she will get mad - if she does not want to seep with them to keep them warm, just make sure the temp. in the room is comfortable. 10 puppies in a pile should stay fairly warm

-buy milk vitamin D and calcium for your momma dog (pills) - buy a bottle and milk supplement to help momma feed the puppies (powder/liquid)

-at 4 weeks, with the milk, wet some puppy food, or buy canned food for the puppies

-deworm, give shots, play

I hope this helps.
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