Happy And Her Babies
August 28, 2017 11:01pm CST
Happy, our seriously looking, is such a hit in my posted discussion yesterday. But I failed to mention she just gave birth to 8 babies (actually 9 but 1 died). This morning I went to her home and took some photos of her and babies (no names yet but children are already thinking of their names). The babies are already one week old so I'm sure they will live now. Babies varies from brown, gray, white and combination of the colors. They are so cute. Our pets have multiplied now even our rabbits also gave birth (which I will be posting later). Photo is mine
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My wife has a tradition of giving them away because she believes first babies of dogs should be given to neighbors so the next batches of babies will all live. I proved to her she was wrong because there was a time when we almost got no pets. No we said we keep the 5 puppies and 3 will be given to neighbors and relatives, he he.
It's weird but sad that it always happens. Every dog we've owned 1 or 2 or sometimes but rarely 3 would die for like minutes after being born, or at least our female dog's puppies. We used to own the puppies but eventually my parents just got tired that whenever they have more puppies, we have to give them away and only keep one.
@ilocosboy Our dog has already passed since it was years ago but if we get a new dog and our own place (I still go to school so I'm still with my parents), my cousin and I thought it'll be cool if we can own our own place (least, til one of us get a partner lol), we'll get a dog and if its a female, since we both love dogs, we'll try and keep as much lol but if its like hard, we might give some away, but this is the future and no one really knows what it'll happen lol
no, not necessarily that since puppies reach 1 week old, they can already live until adulthood. like newborn babies they are still in danger of circulatory and respiratory problems, and malnutrition as well. how many teats does your dog have? i hope all the puppies that they own teat to suckle.