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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Your dog's physical symptoms will be the clearest indicator of impending labor. Your dog will not seem to have an appetite and often will vomit all the contents of her stomach. She
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signs your dog is in labor is the panting,vomiting, and restlessness of her vagina.
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The most certain symptom of dog labor is a drop in the dog's
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How complex a question is this one! By around day 62/63 she will be restless, pacing, nest making, and with a slight mucus discharge. Bitches are more inclined to whelp during the
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