The Drawbacks of Domestication

Domestication has changed all of that, even natural instincts. The body no longer has the time or strength to dedicate to digesting food in this important moment of birth, nor immediately after birth, in which the organism, temporarily weakened, needs to recover, not by means of heavy unwanted food, but by resting an absolute tranquility.

At most, you can give her milk and honey on the day she is expected to give birth. After that, you can slowly go introducing cereals with the milk. Don't give a heavy meat meal until at least three days after birth. In the states of tiredness or exhaustion, you can give her pure grape extract or juice. The average dose is two spoonfuls for a middle sized dog. Additionally, I stress, give milk.

When birth labor is prolonged, like in the case of numerous litters, do not leave more than one poppy with the mother meanwhile she is giving birth to the remaining puppies. Those who already born, after having been cleaned by the mother, should be placed to a side, on top of something warm and covered with a sheet.

Leading puppies with the mother meanwhile she is still giving birth can have failed consequences. In their native state, the death of various puppies is without a doubt foreseen by nature; in professional breeding; we can avoid that accidental way of losing the best of the litter.

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