Great News!!! IT was a FALSE PREG!!!!!!!

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    majicgrl New Member

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    Thank you all who offered me info during my other post!! I took my baby to the vet Yesturday, and it is indeed a false Pregnancy... I am sooooo Happy:hail: I made the appt to have her spayed.. she goes in next week!!! Again, Thank you all!!!!!!:D :D :D
     
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    Aww good news...but im sure the vet told you be prepared to have a sad pup for a little while :(
     
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    Great news!!!
     
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    That's great! -sigh of relief- I'm thrilled that she's going into get spayed too!
     
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    No she never said anything about that... What will she do?? Her mood is basically the same the entire time, She told me she could stay like this until fixed... Not very helpful i suppose... But i was just super happy she wasnt having babies!! I cant possibly keep any more chis here ..LOL
     
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    Yay for no puppies!!

    The sad part will be because her body and mind have been preparing for the arrival of puppies, but there won't be any. Thwarted maternal instincts are very upsetting.
     
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    Thank you.. I will keep my eye on her!
     
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    *relief!* That's GREAT!
     
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    That is GREAT, what a relief! :D
     
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    exactly...just give some extra love and attention :)
     
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    WHEW !!!!!!!! Don't worry about her emotions .... that will pass quickly !
     
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    I knew of a Dalmation who used to have false pregnancies all the time - owner thought it was "cute" when she did it.. she was never fixed, but also never bred (by her anyway) I'm sure she was bred in her previous home(she was a rescue).

    Anyways, you could give her a tiny toy to pretend its her baby... that might help sooth her nutering needs.

    Thats what happened with the Dalmation - she'd carry around a few toys and pretend they are her pups.
     

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