Caring for a pregnant dog involves getting a blood test at day 30 to confirm the pregnancy, x-rays at day 55 to determine the litter size and regular check-ups and weight monitoring to maintain the heath of both the mother and puppies. Care for a pregnant dog with tips from a veterinarian in this free video on dog care. Expert: Dr. Pam Nichols Contact: www.k-9rehab.com Bio: Dr. Pam Nichols has been a veterinarian for 13 years, and she owns the Animal Care Center in Bountiful, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
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I also found stickers that you can add to your calendar to remind you when to take your dog for a check-up or give his heartworm prevention.
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