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Nutrition and Pom Mothers

Nutrition and Pom Mothers

Everyone knows how important it is for human mothers to be taken care of during pregnancy right up to the time they give birth, and one element of care is consuming sufficient top quality nutritious foods. It’s equally as critical for Pomeranian bitches, even prior to...
Eclampsia.

Eclampsia.

Also known as “puerperal tetany” or “milk fever,” eclampsia is an acute, potentially life-threatening disease that commonly hits lactating canines. Some dogs can’t supply enough calcium to meet the increased needs. When calcium goes into the milk, her body quickly...
Pomeranian Pregnancy

Pomeranian Pregnancy

A female dog may fall pregnant while she’s in her first heat cycle.  The moment a dog hits puberty (the first heat cycle), she has the ability to conceive. With toy breeds, this can happen when they’re quite young; often around six months of age. The female dog’s...
Milk for very young Pomeranian Puppies

Milk for very young Pomeranian Puppies

Pomeranian dog breeders will have to give puppies supplements at some stage. In an ideal world, all puppies should get a day or two of colostrum fresh from their mum. After that, supplementing may be needed for a number of reasons including: poor health of the mother,...
Increase The Survival Rate Of  Pom Pups?

Increase The Survival Rate Of Pom Pups?

Pom puppies are often quite fragile. However, there are things you can do to help improve their chances of survival. 1. Move the mother to the place where she will whelp at least 10 days prior to birth. This helps her relax and become comfortable in that space. This...
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