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Post by roxythestaff on Sun Oct 25 2015, 15:45

Hi all sorry sound silly I'm new to the puppy bit I brought mine home today she not eaten yet and has sleep most the day is this normal thanks

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Post by ColinW on Sun Oct 25 2015, 16:07

is it same food as she had before? Sleep a lot as pups, maybe just a wee bit unsettled the now, give her time.
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Post by stella on Sun Oct 25 2015, 16:07

aww not silly at all,yes i'd say all pretty normal for a new pup,did you have to travel far to get her?did her breeder let you know what food she was being fed so you can give her the same,also remember she will be feeling a little lost having been taken away from her mum and her brothers and sisters she may have a few nights that she will cry all normal thou,did you take any thing with their scent on like a blanket that will help her and comfort her?sorry to ask lots of questions just trying to help Smile


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Post by ColinW on Sun Oct 25 2015, 16:12

Cuddled into Iza for 3 days solid when she first arrived, she was scared to leave bedroom Big Grin
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Post by Mia05 on Sun Oct 25 2015, 16:15

As above the pup will take time to settle away from the litter id give at least three weeks also a clock under bedding as this imitates mums heartbeat and will help settle them . Smile


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Post by roxythestaff on Sun Oct 25 2015, 16:29

Hi thanks for all the replys we travel a hour to get her which she cry all way home yes we got her same biscuits as they gave also I got a blanket with mum smell on but long she cuddle up she been fall asleep.

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Post by Mia05 on Sun Oct 25 2015, 17:00

If u are at all concerned pop the pup to the vet  its important theyre healthy as puppies and have had relevant health checks and vaccinations


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Re: puppy sleep

Post by roxythestaff on Sun Oct 25 2015, 18:03

Hi she had vets Friday and book in again Tuesday she seem ok in her self see how get in

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Post by Jenc on Sun Oct 25 2015, 18:03

Its a seriously unsettling time for a puppy, it will take a little while for her to settle as for sleeping they will spend a lot of the day doing it between playing Love Struck


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Post by Tezzers on Sun Oct 25 2015, 18:38

Just give her a few Days and she will be fine, Maya settled in after only a day or two, they are tough little buggers. Smile
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Re: puppy sleep

Post by roxythestaff on Mon Oct 26 2015, 03:35

Thank you all I let her out at 3 am for a wee she thought was play time lol but she don't fab to night

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Re: puppy sleep

Post by gillybrent on Mon Oct 26 2015, 06:08

How old is she? Sometimes they can be a bit unsettled if they leave mum too soon.

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Re: puppy sleep

Post by roxythestaff on Mon Oct 26 2015, 09:13

She 7 weeks old

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Re: puppy sleep

Post by gillybrent on Mon Oct 26 2015, 10:23

pups shouldn't really leave mum until 8 weeks, so it might take her a bit longer to settle.

has she eaten yet?

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