MPBA 4TH QUARTER 2020 FOR WEB

breeds, this will be when puppies start weaning frommom and weigh around a pound. Five weeks is a general guideline but remember we vaccinate the puppy, not the calendar! This is a sample vaccine protocol that begins with a parvo-only vaccine early. Parvo can strike early and it is deadly. The exact timing of !rst shots will vary depending on your breed, puppy size, exposure threats and other factors. For most breeds, this will be when puppies start weaning frommom and weigh around a pound. Five weeks is a general guideline but remember we vaccinate the puppy, not the calendar! This is a sample vaccine protocol that begins with a parvo-only vaccine early. Parvo can strike early and it is deadly. The exact timing of !rst shots will vary depending on your breed, puppy size, exposure threats and other factors. For most breeds, this will be when puppies start weaning frommom and weigh around a pound. Five weeks is a general guideline but remember we vaccinate the puppy, not the calendar! This is a sample vaccine protocol that begins with a parvo-only vaccine early. Parvo can strike early and it is deadly. The exact timing of !rst shots will vary depending on your breed, puppy size, exposure threats and other factors. For most breeds, this will be when puppies start weaning frommom and weigh around a pound. Five weeks is a general guideline but remember we vaccinate the puppy, not the calendar! Deworming Puppies Knowing when to deworm puppies is important since this growth phase of their life is when they are most susceptible. Using two di$erent families of dewormers will avoid resistance developing in your kennel. Be sure to have mom dewormed after day 50 of gestation and before birth. Deworming Puppies Knowing when to deworm puppies is important since this growth phase of their life is when they are most susceptible. Using two di$erent families of dewormers will avoid resistance developing in your kennel. Be sure to have mom dewormed after day 50 of gestation and before birth. Deworming Puppies Knowing when to deworm puppies is important since this growth phase of their life is when they are most susceptible. Using two di$erent families of dewormers will avoid resistance developing in your kennel. Be sure to have mom dewormed after day 50 of gestation and before birth. Deworm at two, four, six, ight, 12 and 16 weeks of ge. Deworm again at six months and one year. Deworming Puppies Knowing when to deworm puppies is important since this growth phase of their life is when they are most susceptible. Using two di$erent families of dewormers will avoid resistance developing in your kennel. Be sure to have mom dewormed after day 50 of gestation and before birth. Deworming Puppies Knowing when to deworm puppies is important since this growth phase of their life is when they are most susceptible. Using two di$erent families of dewormers will avoid resistance developing in your kennel. Be sure to have mom dewormed after day 50 of gestation and before birth. Deworm at two, four, six, eight, 12 and 16 weeks of age. Deworm again at six months and one year. Deworm at two, four, six, eight, 12 and 16 weeks of age. Deworm again at six months and one year. Dewo m at two, four, six, eight, 12 and 16 weeks of age. Deworm ag in at six months an year. two weeks until they are nine weeks old. Keeping vacci es two weeks apart helps prevent vaccine interfer c . vet rinarian for vaccin instructions speci!c t your u ique situation and geographic area. Remember to boost every two weeks until they are nine weeks old. Keeping vaccines two weeks apart helps prevent vaccine interference.

Deworm at two, four, six, eight, 12 and 16 weeks of age. Deworm again at six months and one year.

Post-Birth Problems

Post-Birth Problems Post-Birth Problems

Post-Birth Problems Most issues that arise with newborns can be prevented with management. Here are some common post-whelping issues and tips for managing them. Delayed Milk Don't manage delayed milking, prevent it. Mommight not come into full milk for up to 10 days. Giving Oxy Momma three to seven days before the due date ensures she is dripping milk on day one, even after a C-section. Post-Birth Problems Not Enough Milk If mom doesn't have milk for her puppies it's important to treat mom. Prolactin initiates lactation at birth. Reglan (Metoclopramide) helps release prolactin in the postpartum female. You can give Reglan every six hours, with oxytocin every two hours, to help get lactation started. Prolactin stimulates the gland to produce milk, and the oxytocin lets the milk out of the gland into the duct. You should see results within 12 hours.

Fenugreek and chaste tree fruit are herbal products that also help boost milk production. Both are in Oxy Momma. When there is very little or no milk production, double the dose for three days to jump start lactation.

During this time it's also important to supplement babies to ensure they get colostrum. If you can't bring the milk in within six hours, bottle feed with a milk replacer, such as Breeders' Edge ® Foster Care™ every two hours and give Breeders' Edge ® Nurture Mate at least once a day. As the female produces more milk, transition the puppies back to mom. If the puppy is an orphan, in addition to a colostrum substitute, giving Doc Roy's ® GI Synbiotics Gel once a day is also helpful to help with digestion. Post C-section Care Following a C-section, it's important to treat mom for pain, but leave the rest of the puppy care to mom. Your job is to 34

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