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How Do I Know My Dog Is in Labour?

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You know that your dog is in labour when there's drop in temperature 12 to 24 hours before birth, shivering, pacing, panting out of character, may vomit and scrabble bedding to prepare imminent arrival of puppies. Final sign is vaginal discharge that goes from clear to pale green to dark green.
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ask anybody that is a dog lover and all you have to do is just follow instructions of what that person is saying.
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A whelping will take as long as it takes. However, once the water breaks on a puppy, delivery should happen quite soon. If she's having strong contractions, don't leave her struggling
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Links that may help- http://www.dog-world.com.au/dog-giving-b…. http://www.ehow.com/facts_4912149_signs-…. Hope this helps. Good luck! Source(s) Dog owner.
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Hi Patricia, There isn't a "normal" length of time for a dog to be in labor, it varies from dog to dog, just like when humans give birth. About 24 hours before labor begins
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