Litters - Two Lost

by Joseph
(Hueytown Alabama usa)

Is it normal for a Pyrenees to lose her first two letters

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Aug 11, 2020
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Litters?
by: Marianne

Normal? No. What are the circumstances? What kind of dogs? Are you a breeder? Why are you breeding?

There is no way to answer your question and give you some help and/or advice without knowing something about the situation.

There are many reasons that a mother dog will lose a litter. The most usual one is some sort of infection in the uterus. There are others. Were the puppies all stillborn? Were they born healthy and then die? Did they survive for a few days? Was it facing puppy syndrome? Did she give birth with other dogs around? Was the mother anxious, nervous, a first-time mother, an older dog? What?

Aug 18, 2020
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Loss of two litters
by: Donna

How old is your girl?

How many times have you bred her?

I can help answer why if you can answer these questions and Marianne has good questions, as well.

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