My dog's puppies came out dead?
My 8 month old Jack Russel Terrier gave birth today around 7:00 AM. If that was all there was to it, I wouldn't be here. But the first puppy out was dead, and had a hole in it where its organs should've been.
The other five puppies came out one by one, all of which were also dead but didn't have the same hole in them. Currently, her vagina is bleeding and she is lethargic. I don't know what to do and my vet is closed due to the coronavirus. Please help?
- ZotsRuleLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
Lovely. She's probably going to end up dead just like her puppies. SOME vets are still open so RUSH your backyard breeder mutt to one before you kill it. You're disgusting.
But then again, you posted this as Anonymous. You probably don't even have a dog you sick effing TROLL. Reported.FYI there's no such breed as a Jack Russell Terrier. It's Russell Terrier or Parson Russell Terrier, moron.
- 2 months ago
its a curse you will die in 12 days
- Verulam 1Lv 72 months ago
This is an EMERGENCY and most vets (UK) would see your b itch.
Lesson - she was TOO YOUNG to be a mother - puppies shouldn't be producing puppies! I hope this means she has to be spayed. But sadly you may lose her unless you can find a vet who will treat her. Or even if you do!!
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- pattyLv 62 months ago
why the F
are you breeding your puppy at 8 months old!!!
There would be emergency vets available in your area.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Unfortunately, she will probably die.
- Nekkid Truth!Lv 72 months ago
Her puppies are dead because shes still a puppy herself and shouldn't have been bred.
She NEEDS a vet. Find an emergency vet that is still open, or start digging a hole.
- VeschengroLv 62 months ago
then pick up the phone and talk to a vet...... i refuse to be of any help to a byb .... they choose to endanger their dogs by allowing them to mate. ya see
- *****Lv 72 months ago
Phone your veterinarian. They are considered essential services and nearly all are seeing urgent appointments, they may just be closed for routine business. If yours has circumstances that required them to close (such as the veterinarian contracting COVID-19), they will direct you to another practice to receive care.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I guess I'd find an emergency vet.