hi all, new to this forum, i have a 4 year old boxer called maisie she was mated on the 3rd of october with another boxer, i booked her a vet appointment on the 31st (28 days after mating), Took her to the vets and she started to feel her and said that she thought she could feel something, she then proceded to scan her and came back 5 minutes later and said that she and a colleague thought they could see a few pups but she didnt thing she was as far on as 4 weeks and asked if i could bring her back in 2 weeks time to clarify if she was indeed pregnant or if she may have a infection in her womb as they are prone to them after there heat cycles. so yesterday i took her back for her next scan the vet began feeling her and said he couldnt feel anything and he didnt think she was pregnant, he then proceded with a scan and came back to tell me she was indeed pregnant but he could only see one pup and said not to quote him but there could be more, i asked about an xray and he said it wouldnt be worth doing??? he then proceded to tell me what signs to look out for i e detached placenta, fluid bag and straining without producing a pup,he aslo told me not to over feed her as the pup could grow to large to pass through the pelvis and that was it i was sent on my way! i feel he has left out alot of valuable information and i didnt have100% confidence in him in the first place as it was a different vet (from the same practice) than seen her at the first appointment, i came home and started to research firstly i found out that a sheep scanner has a better machiene and they from what i have read are better to go to for a scan in the first place, i found a scanner in west lothian and booked her in and she was scanned lastnight, he also told me there was only one pup. from what i started reading, there are numbers of compications from not producing enough hormones to trigger labour, and not enough hormones to produce milk , they can be oversized and not pass naturally atall so the big question is does anyone on here have a boxer that this has happend to should i go see another vet and get a xray to measure the size of the scull and the size of her pelvis ?? to ensure i dont loss the pup and most importantly my dog, i have read over the post on here about the little rottweiller pup that sadly passed away and she was also a singleton any help would be much appreciated thanks tam.