They're Here!!! "The Eyes Have It" Litter (a nod to their daddy) has finally arrived, whelped Tuesday am! Two boys and one girl. These babies were born Two days after their due date, Daisy sure keeps us on our toes. She ended up needing a c-section due to a stuck puppy (16.1 oz red collar boy) that wouldn't come out. She worked on pushing unsuccessfully for about 3 hours. Our fabulous vet met us at the clinic and they were born around 6:30 am. It's been interesting, Daisy is starting to realize that the puppies are hers and not aliens that are sucking her dry! She is on her way to being a great mom. A BIG thank you to my whelper helper, Linda Kelly who stayed up all night with us.
Jensie x Daisy * CH Zenith N Moonlight All Eyes on Me x GCH Ch Mehagian's Darling Daisy CA
"Indy" Red Boy 16.1 oz * "Izack" Black Boy 15.3 oz * "Iris" Purple Girl (Originally pink girl, but we changed it to purple) 14.8 oz
Daisy's due date came & went..... we don't call her Doozy for nothin'!
Daisy is still her happy self despite being preggers! We tried having her sleep in her whelping box last night instead of her crate, she decided it would be much more comfortable to sleep on my camping cot that I have set up. During the day, Lucy has decided the cot is a good spot for her!
Daisy seems so uncomfortable, constantly rearranging herself to get some relief. It could be any day now!
Daisy is sleeping more and go figure eating more! She is now getting several smaller meals a day. We will begin taking her temperature twice a day beginning on day 60, the bitches normal temperature is around
101 degrees, we will be looking for a significant drop to around 98 degrees, once that occurs we can expect the whelp within 24 hours.
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Only two weeks to go! Daisy is sleeping a lot more and is starting to shed a bit of fur from her belly, so her puppies can easily find the teats. At this stage in pregnancy the puppies have fur and look like puppies! Some moms begin nesting at this point. Good thing we have the whelping box set up. Fingers crossed that Daisy chooses to have her pups in there!