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Tips? Help? Health? Breeding?

Discussion in 'Health & Nutrition' started by Muneco, Nov 15, 2020.

  1. Muneco

    Muneco Pup

    Any tips on helping an older bitch be more fertile and stand a better chance of having puppies? I would like to get at least a couple before she dies as part of a plan for the future and she hasn’t had any in a few years at a friends yard so I’m going to give it a try with better food and some supplements but is there anything else to do.
  2. Michele

    Michele CH Dog Super Moderator

    How old is the dog?
  3. Muneco

    Muneco Pup

    About 8.
  4. Hawkwood

    Hawkwood Pup

    It is interesting. Thank you for sharing!
  5. Sonia56

    Sonia56 Pup

    I have heard that the dog's character and emotional state directly depend on the owner, but this is not about my dog. My dog is hyperactive, unlike me. I prefer a quiet and measured life, and my dog likes the noise and activity. I have a Yorkshire Terrier, and I read that it is a calm dog, but it is not so! I have to order her CBD little on to calm her down somehow. This oil helps, but I give it to my dog no more than twice a week to not cause addiction to it. So your theory is wrong. Not always, the owner's character coincides with the character of the dog.

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