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Children Around a Pregnant Dog

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A pregnant dog may be a bit more sensitive, uncomfortable, and even grumpy as she gets closer to delivering her puppies. Your children need to be taught to respect her space and would best be supervised if they are too young to comply. This is a guide about children around a pregnant dog.


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August 18, 2009

Is it okay if the kids hold our pregnant Shih Tzu? How should they do this without hurting the puppies?

By proudmother from Dallas, TX


August 23, 20090 found this helpful

please do not let your children hold your precious fur baby when she is pregnant. This might make her uncomfortable and might be painful to her. When pregnant she needs to stay quiet and have her "own place" to go and rest. Please have her checked by her veterinarian as she needs extra calcium and she will eat /drink more. Good luck with you new family.

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August 23, 20090 found this helpful

Thanks for the info, and she just had her puppies on the 21 of this month. She only had three cause she is a toy. I'm a proud mother.

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August 24, 20090 found this helpful

Thanks for the information but she have already had them this month on the 21st of August.

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