|02-17-2013 10:25 PM|
That's the exact same position of the stuck pup that caused our emergency c-section.
Not that I can say how often that particular position causes a c-section vs a diff. position. That was my only dealing with a c-section.
|02-11-2013 12:41 AM|
|Xeph||^^What she said|
|02-11-2013 12:10 AM|
|BlackthornGSD||Usually they don't get suck across the cervix, though.|
|02-10-2013 05:06 PM|
|Xeph||A stuck puppy? It's common enough.|
|02-10-2013 04:42 PM|
|SimbaplusLucy||Is this a common problem ? Or is it a rare occurance?|
|02-10-2013 12:59 PM|
|Lauri & The Gang||
All I can say is ...
Lee - you are SO right!!
|02-10-2013 12:58 PM|
Nancy, no. Only 3 of 5 survived. They are all healthy and well. Owner and mother are exhausted. Bubbles is being a GREAT mother! She whelped the first two on her own luckily, so chances of complications from the C section were significantly reduced.
The owner didn't even have oxy, and I don't think she would have risked it anyway. Glad she went with her instincts
|02-10-2013 12:54 PM|
you see that pup whose spine is curled?????? THAT IS WHY I NEVER GIVE OXYTOCIN WITHOUT AN X-RAY!!! Good for her for going to the vet instead of giving oxy.....Glad everyone is OK!
|02-10-2013 12:35 PM|
|jocoyn||Did they all survive?|
|02-10-2013 10:37 AM|
The owner was on and off the phone with me all day. She got concerned when there was no puppy for 5 hours. I had consulted with people more knowledgeable than I, and none of them seemed alarmed by the break.
She took the bitch in just to get an x ray and see how many were left in her, and the breech puppy surprised everybody
FG, yes, it was Bubbles
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