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URGENT!!! Delivery problems!! Help!

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  1. Robin33

    Robin33 PetForums Newbie

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    My 4 yr old chiuahuah is in labor & already had 1 stillborn pup. Now, the next one has his nose & mouth out but mom can't get the rest of him out! She is pushing so hard for like 45 minutes now and the little puppies only have just his nose and mouth is out and I don't know what to do to help her this is my first letter in her first litter can someone help me please?
     
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    I am new here so I'm not familiar yet with all policies but could some one call or Face time me?
     
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    Phone your vet, take her to the nearest out of hours vet surgery
     
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    You have to get her to a Vet urgently.

    She will likely need a C Section to deliver any live pups.
     
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    Definitely call the vets.
     
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    No vets around here have after hours services. There's one 45 miles away but I can't afford c'section & can't get care credit & they don't accept partial payments. I don't know what to do!
     
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    There's not a solitary vet you can call/ see? Without vet advice i'd suggest you are about to lose both your dog and her pups.
     
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    No vets around here have after hours services. There's one 45 miles away but I can't afford c'section & can't get care credit & they don't accept partial payments. I don't know what to do
    No! Please! I've called 5 local vets & all are closed & don't offer after hours care.
     
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    Have you tried to googled vets that do after hours.
     
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    Call a rescue and they might be able to get their vet to help.
     
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    The stuck pup will almost certainly not be alive, but there may be live ones behind.

    You have to understand, your bitch is now in serious trouble and considerable pain. Try the RSPCA for help.

    If you have to drive 45 miles to the nearest Vet, then that is what you have to do.
     
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    OP. Do you have any Vaseline in the house?
     
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    You need to take her to the vet who is 45 minutes away The longer you delay, the less chance she has. Leave, now.
     
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    Yed, there's one 50 miles away but they require pmt in full at time of services & I don't have $1000.
     
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    OP. Do you have Vaseline in the house?
     
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    Then surrender her to rescue to save her life. TAKE HER TO THE VET.
     
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    What the f***!
    Get off the computer and see to your dog!
     
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    As the OP has not posted for 15 minutes Im hoping she's done just that!
    Can we focus on trying to help without recriminations please ?
     
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