My dog has milk coming out of her nipples and I was wondering if that means she's having puppies?
I believe that it takes two months for the puppies to pop out. You say it has milk. It can be any day . Maybe a week, or two , or even a feww days. (:
Hoped this helped!
Hoped this helped!
No dogs carry pups for around 64 days.. She will deliver any day now. Start taking her rectal temp and watch for a drop in temp. Thats the day she will deliver
Gestation period is 58-72 days, but usually 63 days of the first tie. Also you can check thier temp and when it falls from 101.5 to 98.9 or lower expect puppies within 24-72 hours also they will stop eating 1-2 days before giving birth. I hope this helps let me know if you need to know more
Just takes a few hours.
Colostrum appears usually anywhere from a week to even after birth so you should start taking her temperature now so you know when she hit's first stage and can make sure things are progressing normally. Have you confirmed pregnancy with the vet and what day is she on?
We are well passed 60 days she has had milk for three days how . Is there any chance that she might not be pregnant.
I'm not really sure what your asking, but it takes about 2-3 months for dog pregnancy. So for human its 9-10 months and for dogs its 2-3 months. If it takes longer then that then something is wrong.
My dog has had milk for over a week now and no puppies and she has a bad odor what does that mean?
Didn't your vet go over any of this during your prenatal care? Colostrum appears anywhere from about a week to sometimes right not until birth, however they most commonly start to produce it a day or two before. They don't actually produce milk until about 3 or 4 days after birth and the composition of that changes throughout the nursing process as well. The colostrum is extremely important as that is when they get the largest number of antibodies from the dam and it isn't produced in the amount that milk is. You should begin taking her temp. Now. When it drops to around 98 you should have pups soon or if not within 24 hours there is a problem. If your vet didn't go over any of this when you were in for your ultrasound or x-rays you should study up on what to expect, what is normal, what is not, and when to know there is a problem. Did they at least tell you if it's a standard c-section breed or a frequent one or whether the visuals looked like things might be okay (not always the way it goes but if they think there is going to be problems it's very useful to know ahead of time) or anything?