"I tried to get in touch with you when the moment of birth was there, but I do believe you were high energy some where else, I kinda think it may have had something to do with puppies. My turn in perhaps three weeks, I have started taking…"
"Dont panic,call around for other vets or an animal hospital, just in case you need them.Has she had pups before or is this her first? Keep her contained in her berthing room, area sooth her with loving words. You will need rubber gloves if you have…"
I tried to get in touch with you when the moment of birth was there, but I do believe you were high energy some where else, I kinda think it may have had something to do with puppies. My turn in perhaps three weeks, I have started taking Malia's temperature so I will know when she is in labor, then I shall stay home until the event happens so I will be on hand to assist her again. How many pups? and how is mother and kids doing? How about some pictures also, that would be nice. And thank you so much for the friend request, I'm still chuckling a bit, you were freaking out just a little bit, turned out to quite an amazing thing to be a part of huh?
Tracy told me you might need help with the delivery been trying to get you but your name is not showing in the chat section, I need that so I can initiate the private chat part, then we can talk as fast as we can type
"And now we have lost sweet Tin Tin, beloved by Puggirl. Pugs come into our lives to brighten them, and that is exactly what they do. Sweet Tin Tin, please find our puggies that have gone on before us and tell them we still remember…"
"I am so sorry for your loss. I found Pugslife many years ago when my Zoe passed. It was the hardest thing and I still think of her every single day. I hope you can fill some of the hole left by your pugs passing with another lovely…"
"I hope your pug is better now. I haven't been around here in years, gotta start showing up again and posting.
I know with my pugs when they aren't feeling food the tail does go straight and limp,but I haven't seen the sensitive…"