How do you know if a pug is pregnant
The earliest method of pregnancy detection is ultrasound-a nice test because it is noninvasive and very reliable. Fetal heartbeats can be detected at around the 25th day from first breeding. The only true and easy way to find out, is to ask a vet. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-do-you-know-if-a-pug-is-pregnant ]
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- How do i know when my pug is pregnant?
- If you don't know the answer to this, why are you trying to breed her? This makes you a BYB. Shame on you. I'm guessing you aren't a member of the PDCA, have never even looked at the AKC guidelines for breeding, have not had the dog tested...
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- Gee, you want puppies but know nothing about pregnancy? God help you when the female goes into distress and needs a c-section, like most pugs need. Take her in and get her spayed. The vet will tell you if she was pregnant. Seriously, the w...
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