How long does a dog bleed after having puppies



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How long does a dog bleed after having puppies?

I need advice on how long does a dog bleed after she has puppies. How do you know if she will bleed for a long time or is it a few hours or days? And will the puppies be alright. Will I know if they are ok before they go home with me or should I take them to the vet. I have a female pit bull.

Hi, I'm new here but not to Pitbulls. I have a 7 month old female Pitbull pup who was born with a huge hematoma. It was a lot bigger when she was born, but we gave her a shot and it shrunk back down. She is very playful and very energetic.

I was wondering if this was a normal thing for a pit bull to bleed from or is this something abnormal for a pit bull. She also had a bit of an issue with diarrhea a few weeks ago but she is now peeing properly.

I don't know anything about pups, so please help with answers!

I can't comment on your dog's condition as a result of being born with a hematoma, but I can say that you need to pay attention to how she is as a newborn pup, as any signs of blood in her urine (if she is not going through the motions of having a litter, which would result in blood-tinged urine) could be an indication that she's bleeding internally, and she might be bleeding internally for the next 3-5 days, and/or even for up to a month.

I have a 2-year-old labrador, who had the same thing as your dog. The vet sd he needed to bleed internally for about two weeks, and he was going to bleed for a week before he would be okay. After that, he needed to get shots in his stomach.

I know this was about your dog, and not yours, but I just wanted to let you know that your dog is likely to bleed internally for the first few days.

I don't know if this applies to you, but my dog also has this thing, where he sometimes has some blood around his mouth. It happens sometimes. The vet sd that it was ok, and that he was just getting used to having a baby around.

What's normal? My girl had 4 pups a few days ago and when we got home, they all looked so tiny (she's about 50 pounds), and her face was so bloody. I don't think I ever saw her that bloody before. Her nose was a mess. But, they are looking great today. Her legs were the worst. The vet sd that's because she had not bled enough to make sure her legs had blood. She has been in the house for 2 days now and she doesn't have any bloody or wet spots or anything. She's eating and playing just fine. She went outside for a little walk this morning.

If you're worried, don't be. Puppies and Kittens have a lot of energy and they will go a little overboard with it for a few days. They will probably start bleeding about an hour or so after giving birth. I had 3 kids and they did just fine. The first one was just under 4 pounds and my husband had to hold it, so the vet just told us to hold it until it stopped. I couldnt believe how much blood there was and I thought they were dying. But they didnt even shed any tears.

My first was born with a lot of blood coming out of her mouth and nose (which is normal) and she was pretty blue. I couldnt get an epidural because of the blood, so I was given pitocin to induce. I felt it was going to happen at first, but it didn't, so I was given pitocin agn. I felt it coming and she was born pretty quickly. There was some blood for a minute, then nothing. She was doing fine and the blood just got lighter and lighter. Then after 3 days I went to the vet. She had a huge hematoma and was very blue and I was told to keep a close eye on her. We took her to the vet the next day and she was okay after that. So you couldnt do anything. If you get her to the vet in time, you can get him to do blood work. And even if they think she's going to be fine, make sure you let them do blood work anyways.

Now I'm looking after 3 kids and they're all doing great! They're all 4 months old now. But I really wouldn't stress out about the bleeding for a few days, and it's not even that serious. I just got all of my kids on shots so I know that everything's going to be okay.

I don't know if this applies to you, but my dog also has this thing, where he sometimes has some blood around his mouth. It happens sometimes. The vet sd that it was ok, and that he was just getting used to having a baby around.

What's normal? My girl had 4 pups a few days ago and when we got home, they all looked so tiny (she's about 50 pounds), and her face was so bloody. I don't think I ever saw her that bloody before. Her nose was a mess. But, they are looking great today. Her legs were the worst. The vet sd that's because she had not bled enough to make sure her legs had blood. She has been in the house for 2 days now and she doesn't have any bloody or wet spots or anything. She's eating and playing just fine. She went outside for a little walk this morning.

If you're worried, don't be. Puppies and Kittens have a lot of energy and they will go a little overboard with it for a few days. They will probably start bleeding about an hour or so after giving birth. I had 3 kids and they did just fine. The first one was just under 4 pounds and my husband had to hold it, so the vet just told us to hold it until it stopped. I couldnt believe how much blood there was and I thought they were dying



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