my yorkie gave birth a week ago and is dehydrated and she has diarrhea please help whyis this is she ok?
- TKLv 77 months ago
Why is she dehydrated? You should have a constant supply of fresh, clean water for her. What does your vet say is going on? If you haven't taken her in, then do so now - and take the puppies also.
- DobiegalLv 77 months ago
most postpartum b i tches have diarrhea for a few weeks. their insides are tender. and she is dehydrated probably because she doesn't want to leave the litter to drink water. You need to keep an eye on her temperature so she doesn't run a fever, and if necessary, sub q some ringer's in her. Since you don't know this, my advice is to get her to a vet
- 7 months ago
Take her to the vet immediately. Also take the puppies if they seem wrong. Probably try to give the pups milk (but for puppies obviously like a formula)
- OcimomLv 77 months ago
Before she ends up dying and the puppies die too - get her to the vet immediately.
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- VeschengroLv 67 months ago
THE BEST PERSON TO ASK WOULD BE YOUR BREEDING MENTOR OR VET (this is an automatically generated answer also) because i refuse to aid byb`s in any way
- LorraineLv 77 months ago
Definitely take her to the vets. I presume you took her and the pups after whelping.
Not sure how aware you are of how easy it is to lose a b*tch at this stage
- VerulamLv 77 months ago
She should NOT be dehydrated but if she has continual diarrhoea, she could easily become so and that is extremely serious. However, she may well be loose for a while after whelping, especially if you let her consume a lot of the placenta.
Talk to a VET.
- ZotsRuleLv 77 months ago
Then get it to the vet. Sorry - I don't give much help to lowly backyard breeders like you. Now because you selfishly bred this dog it's sick and likely going to DIE since your solution is to post useless questions on here to strangers. She could have a freaking DEAD PUPPY inside her!!!!
- TarkarriLv 77 months ago
What did the vet say at her routine, post natal check up?
What has your vet advised since?
This is NOT ok and needs veterinary attention.
- Warren GLv 77 months ago
she needs to see a vet asap