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Discussion in 'Dog Health' started by Linh Nguyen, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Linh Nguyen

    Linh Nguyen New Member Registered

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    I am very happy to receive the advice of everyone. I don’t know what happened with my dog. She is over 2.5 years old and have 3 litters. This occurred after her abrupt activities and after mated about 30 minutes. Her health is good everyday. She returned to normal after about 15 minutes. This is the third time this has happened. Many thanks to everyone!!!
     
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    Please forgive me if I am misunderstanding but if you want her to stop having litters, the obvious answer is to have her spayed. Three litters in that time is a lot; and the first must have been when she was barely an adult too. Spaying her will also take away the risk of pyometra and if it was me, I would spay for that reason alone.
     
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    Thanks a lot, my friend. According to you, she has a serious infection that occurs in uterus. Earlier litters were normal and she is absolute normal everyday: not bleeding, not dícharge, eating...And this always occurred after hard activities
     
  4. JoanneF

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    No, what I said was she risks developing infection in the future if she is not spayed. Not that she has it now. But to stop her having puppies, you should have her spayed.
     
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    Ah...Ok, I understand hihi.
     
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    Hello, I watched the Video, and it was very concerning to see the female's physical problem. You said this as happened three times - so you really must take her to a Vet, so that she can be checked. There is a possibility that the health problem could even be inherited by her puppies, which is also why you need to find out the cause.

    The other puppies look like older puppies, and they appear to be displaying more pack behaviour. May I ask how old they are, and what breed?

    Three litters is rather a lot for a young female. Is your intention to continue breeding from her or would you consider having her spayed?

    She really does need to visit your Vet. Please let us know the diagnosis of the problem.

    Thank you for sharing.
     
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    Oh, I didn't play the video earlier, I was out and just thought the question referred to stopping her having more litters. Apologies, i totally missed that but agree with @Wotho she does need to see a vet.
     
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  8. Linh Nguyen

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    Thanks for your advice! The first time was long time ago and after that everything was normal. I will watch for her and take her to the vet.

    Those puppies are her litter, they are 4 months and 1 week old. They are Phu Quoc(Phu Quoc island) dogs in Vietnam. Like Thai Ridgeback and Rhodesian Ridgeback, they also have ridge of hair running along their back.

    She was mated on 1 Jan, so everything I can do is wait and take care of her. I will have intention after this litter.
     
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    Hahah never mind, my friend!
     

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