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Dog gone missing whilst in labour

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Llio Hughes, Jun 29, 2020.


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  1. Llio Hughes

    Llio Hughes PetForums Newbie

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    If you are in the UK then get in touch with Dog Lost. They have a website.
     
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    Are you saying that she was actually giving birth and upped and left?
     
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    Llio Hughes PetForums Newbie

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    She was acting strange walking back and forth into bed, looking distressed, and peed on the floor. We are guessing she was in labour as this is how she has acted before when going into labour
     
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    How awful. I imagine she has made herself a nest somewhere under a bush to give birth. Years ago my Jack wanted to have her pups in the garden, she had dug a dog size hole despite having a whelping box. When the pups arrived she kept trying to take them to her nest outside.

    I do hope you find her and her pups safe and well.
     
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    Have you found her yet? Searched everywhere?
     
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    Have you found her yet?

    If not have you tried taking your other dog out on a long line if they have always been together maybe your other dog will find her or she may come out to the other dog.

    Search under all bushes in any barns, sheds or any other building she may have been able to get into. You really do need to find her and any pups she has had as the weather has hone cooler and the pups will need to be kept warm.
     
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    We have been out searching all morning, and going back out soon. We’ve taken our dog and our neighbour’s beagle ( who spends a lot of time with our dogs) with us, and lots of our neighbours. Still nothing. We will continue to search for her.
     
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    Sarah H Grand Empress of the Universe

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    I'd also be concerned that she had a c-section last time, she may need another if she's prone to small litters with large pups. Hopefully she's taken herself off to a quiet spot to give birth. I hope you find her. Maybe she shouldn't have another litter if she's going to stress and try to have it somewhere quiet. I'd be getting her spayed after this litter, 3 is enough.
     
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    I hope she's back very soon - what a worry.
     
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    She has been found an hour ago!
     
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    Oh thank goodness. Hope she's OK?
     
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    She’s ok, she was just hungry and tired. We found 3 puppies. We found her by contacting Becky Willoughby an animal communicator !
     
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    how did that work?
     
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    Are the puppies okay?
    Have you had her checked to make sure there aren't any left inside?
     
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    :cool: what on Earth is an animal communicator and can they communicate with Loki to behave ?
     
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    Llio Hughes PetForums Newbie

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    We had been worried sick about her for days, and had googled everything. Other success stories came up on google so tried it as i had nothing to lose. In no way am i advertising anything, just saying how she was found
     
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    Where exactly was she found then?
     
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    it is fantastic that she and the pups were found. How does it work? I’ve never heard of anything like this. Genuinely intrigued....
     
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