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How to tutorial video on how to build a whelping box

Comments Off on Whelping Pools VS Whelping Boxes – How to make your own Whelping Box for Dog Breeders   |   advice, Breeding, DIY, Dog Breeders, Dog Supplies, Dog Videos, Doodles, How To's, Puppy Products, Videos, Whelping
Whelping Pools VS Whelping Boxes – How to make your own Whelping Box for Dog Breeders

Whelping Pools VS Whelping Boxes – How to make your own Whelping Box for Dog Breeders

WHELPING BOXES VS WHELPING POOLS I personally like to use a plastic baby pool to whelp our medium breed puppies because their easy to move around,  clean and the plastic material moves with my Dams which seems to help because we’ve never had any issues with Mom laying on her puppies and smothering them. Yes,  […]

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Homopathic Recipes For Dog Breeders – Lactating Dams and Fading Puppies (Runts)

Homopathic Recipes For Dog Breeders – Lactating Dams and Fading Puppies (Runts)

Homeopathic Recipes for Dog Breeders – Lactating Dams and Fading Puppies Miracle Liver Elixer for Fading Puppies #1 Start with a piece of raw or frozen raw beef liver. Put it in a pan with a cup of water, add more water if  needed (this will depend on the size of liver your cooking) Simmer […]

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Coccidia and Giardia in Puppies and Dogs – Information and Treatment

Coccidia and Giardia in Puppies and Dogs – Information and Treatment

Coccidia and Giardia in Puppies and Dogs – Information and Treatment Two of the most frustrating but common parasites your puppy might be hosting are Giardia and Coccidia. These are not worms, but two species of protozoa – single-celled organisms that reproduce in the intestines of infected animals and shed their spores into the environment […]

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