What Are the Signs of a Dog Going into Labor?

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Some of the signs of a dog going into labour are such as rejecting food and its rectal temperature being below 38°C. Other symptoms include: sickness, vomiting and wanting to be near the master all the time. In addition, most dogs tend to seek for a den when they are about to go into labour.
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Heavy panting and trying to make a bed,some people call it nesting.
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1. Toy breeds deliver about a week sooner than large breeds. Take your dog's temperature. Her temperature will drop to 98 degrees Farenheit 24 hours after labor has begun. When her
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like already said: labored breathing, uncomfortable (getting up, laying down) behavior change (either gets snippy or gets loving) seems to be looking for nesting area. You don't want
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