far as combing and grooming go, I am not a professional,
as you can see on my site. just look at the teddy
bear dams and sire.
But what i do know, with the
teddy bear and shichon breeds they don't shed so you
need to comb them almost daily or they matt. also
they hate that wire brush! just get a few plastic
black combs. they like those.
make sure you bath them weekly use a good oatmeal
bath, don't use cheep stuff you don't want to dry
out there hair.
make sure you brush there teeth,
clip there nails, and pull the hair out of there ears.
all this stuff can be bought at petco or walmart.
the teddy bear breed and the
shichon both grow there hair back all the time, so
if you give them a bad cut don't stress, it'll grow
back, and it will get better. Let them smell the stuff
your using, and ok it, talk to them and pet them,
take it slowly and make it an enjoyable experience.
you ll notice after they are
done they'll prance around and showoff to the other
The grooming PDF set on our
website is not mine, or i would offer it free. but
it dose have some great pointers.
you can always send
them to a stranger and they would look better. but
i find it more comfortable and rewarding on both sides
to try yourself, plus you save tons of money.
Tools & Tips
a dog is an amazing experience, every time one of my dogs
is pregnant i get so excited, i get them puppy vitamins,
baby oil there tummy's, me and my kids get to feel the
babies moved and coo them in the dams belly, i tickle
there belly and talk to them, and squeal when the puppies
move, it get mommy so excited!
Then comes the the puppy
when its getting close about day 58 i start taking the
dams temperature every morning and night, it well be from
101 to mid 99's once it hits in the 98's i know its time.
it can be anywhere from around 24 hours from the drop.
they tend to have them at the worse times, 12am - 4am.
but they can have them any time.
everybody starts jumping,
we get the nursery ready - toys, baby blankets, bedding,
set up a whelping spot
in my room. (all our dogs come to my home during late
pregnancy and during the litters raising "my mom
and dad own two of our teddy's. )
in the whelping spot we
need, towels, a bowl of warm water, scissors, ice for
mommy. and a bed for me to lay by her, it can take forever,
so sometimes at night i need to sleep on the floor with
my baby having babies.
then comes the time the
if the baby doesn't come out fully ( in yorkies because
of there structure) i lift the back side of the vagina
and carefully role it up till i see legs (only do this
if its butt first!) then i carefully lift the legs out,
and roll the Virgina again til the head pops out. don't
leave them in and wait for mom to push! i lost one of
Katie's pups on my first Yorkie litter, i thought mommy
would push her out!
once the baby is out while
mommy is cleaning her, rip open the sack my the mouth,
and take your towel and rub its nose gently till she breaths,
then rub her with the towel on her side softly to get
her moving then leave the rest to mom, if the mom has
the placenta still in her after 20 minutes go ahead and
cut the cord away from baby. and give the baby to mom
to finish up. if she doesn't push out the placenta you
can slowly tug on the cord till it falls out, but never
force anything in labor!
then a few hour after
they have rested put them in the nursery which must be
warm. not hot or cold.
with every puppy my heart
jumps! with every litter i find new love, my children
learn from every litter as well and have a great family
bonding experience. breeding is nothing short of one of
gods miracles. please don't abuse a heaven sent gift,
and embrace it for all its grace!
for more information about
breeding and pregnancy calenders please visit
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We also have Micro & teacup Yorkshire
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