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RE: OT Puppies...

Last time, it was daughter Rayna's female bulldog, Kira and she had 3 then.
This time it is my bulldog, Izzie.  It is her 1st litter and she could have
up to 7.  Only the c-section next week will tell for sure how many pups.
Yes, we are having to do a great deal to help her, but she is worth every
bit of it.  


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Donna
Sent: Monday, August 23, 2004 8:41 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Where is everybody?

We are having puppies again! Geesh- I have to catch up on the posts!....
How many is she having this time? A week huh- sounds like she needs a
helping hand to get thru it....


> Oh, and we spent an inordinate time with Izzie as she can no long get
> the steps to do her business.  (Bill has to carry her.)  The poor girl
> couldn't sit because she is so wide her front paws just slide right
> from
> under her and she has trouble laying because there is a puppy or two
on a
> nerve (yelps something pitiful) and she can't stand too long because
> all
> the extra mid-section she is sporting.  She has been miserable!  I
have to
> REALLY spoil her to get her to eat now.  Broth worked until yesterday.
> Now
> I'm using cheese on her dog food.  I may accidentally loose a few
> morsels of chicken into her bowl tonight to get her to eat.  The sweet
> miserable momma to be has a week left at least!  I wonder whether I
> get a wench installed to help her move from place to place.  Oh, and
> are daily reports to the vet now too, just in case....
> I hope I can get some gardening in this weekend, or snow may be flying
> before I get the time again!
> Blessings,
> Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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