Necessity is the mother of invention, or, great minds think alike.
Did they take an x-ray to ensure there is no pup left behind? Usually I will take her in if she runs a fever. I agree with your vet, feed her eggs. Eggs are good for her. You can nuke them, and then you do not have to add grease. You can hard boil them, but I think that gives them stinky gas. You can give them raw -- not appetizing to me, and messy, so I don't.
Chicken, yogurt, cottage cheese, American cheese, pumpkin, too.
Between 2-4 weeks, you will want to worm them. I get strongid from the vet and they will tell you to weigh the pup and to give so much per so many pounds. I think it is 1cc per 21 pounds. At 3 weeks, they will probably be 3-5 pounds which will be about .25 cc. They will give you applicators. Worm the dam too, and then keep the remainder in a dark cupboard. Worm them again every two weeks.
There are other types of wormers.
Puppy care should go smootly, but if a puppy gets diarrhea, loses weight, refuses to nurse, it is in trouble. At this point those pups temperatures are at 97 or 98 degrees. It will not reach its adult temperature until it is over 3 weeks old. What this means, is that a virus that will make your dog sneeze or cough once or twice or miss a meal can literally kill your baby puppies, because they simply cannot get to the temperature required to kill the virus.
Another good reason to limit contact with strangers, dogs, people outside the family.
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