Whether you're breeding and want to know how to have a large litter of pups or your dog is pregnant and you're wondering how many pups she's expecting, dog litter size determination is important.
How to recognize pregnancy in dogs: the signs, stages and duration of canine pregnancy and the available testing methods.
This article will explain the signs of canine pregnancy and teach you how to help a pregnant dog through her gestation period.
If your dog whelps but does not have enough milk for her puppies, there are a few simple things to try.
What if your dog doesn't take good care of her puppies? What makes certain dogs better mothers than others? Let's delve deeper into a dog's maternal instincts and the recipe for good parenthood.
In this exclusive interview session, Dr. Cathy Alinovi, owner of Hoofstock Veterinary Services, talks about how to care for a pregnant dog and answers the most common questions that pet parents ask her about this topic.
Learn symptoms of the stages of labor in your pregnant dog and potential signs of problems. A comprehensive guide on the several stages of dog labor.
Why do dogs pant after giving birth? There are several possibilities, but it's always best to consult with your veterinarian if something doesn't look right.
How to dry up a mother's dog milk? After nursing for quite some time, a time comes when the puppies are being weaned and you want to dry up mother dog's milk supply. How to proceed?
Dog owners often wonder when their pregnant dogs will whelp after losing their mucus plug. This article will focus on what to expect after a dogs loses her mucus plug.
If you are feeding a pregnant or nursing dog, you should be doing it naturally. Find out why, and what you should be giving her.
For dog breeders whelping their first litter of puppies. From the whelping box to delivery: videos and instructions on whelping puppies. These tools and techniques will ensure a successful whelping!
Have you ever wondered about silent heats in female dogs and why they happen? If you have noticed that your female dog did not go in heat, a silent heat may be a possibility.