This week, it’s all about saving a dog’s life.
In this video, we’ll look at how to avoid pregnancy and how to treat a dog who’s having trouble conceiving.
The dog can’t eat, drink or sleep, so there’s little time to do anything, Dr Michael Whitehead, a veterinary emergency physician at the Royal Veterinary College, explains.
You might think that your dog would be able to get pregnant during this time.
But he’s not.
“The dog’s not ovulating, it is very unlikely that he’s going to have any babies,” Dr Whitehead explains.
“The only way he can get pregnant is if he gets a fertilised egg from his mum, or from a donor, which is rare in dogs.”
You’d have to be very careful not to put him into the wrong position and to avoid putting him in a position where he’s in the riskiest position.
If your pet’s a bit more confident in himself, then a cage can help him to get used and relaxed and you can let him go for a bit to be safe.””
If you’re worried that your pet is going to be able get pregnant, it might be a good idea to put your dog in a cage for a while, so he’s less likely to get into the risk of getting into trouble,” Dr Richard Crampton, a vet medical officer at Animal Aid, says.
“If your pet’s a bit more confident in himself, then a cage can help him to get used and relaxed and you can let him go for a bit to be safe.”
How can I make sure I’m not putting my dog into the right position?
There are a number of ways you can help prevent pregnancy.
The first is to be careful about where you place your dog.
“If you’ve got a big backyard, you may need to put it a lot farther away,” Dr Cramton says.
“You might have to put the cage a lot further away from the door or maybe even into a garage, if you’ve never used that before.”
“For most people, this will not be an issue because they’re not expecting to get a baby, and they’ll be able move around a lot,” Dr Black says.
But you’ll want to be sure you’re keeping your dog close to you and away from any pets.
It’s important to be extra careful not only around the cage, but also at home, as pets can transmit diseases from one person to another.
If you can’t get your dog into a cage, you might need to try different positions.
Dr Black recommends putting your dog’s collar on him in his favourite spot so he doesn’t get bitten.
Or you could use a small box that’s secured to the side of your house to hold your dog and a piece of wood to keep your dog safe.
These can be purchased at most animal stores or online.
Do I need to be worried about having a baby?
Dr Whitehead warns you might be putting your pet at risk of being infected if you have a baby while you’re pregnant.
“It’s unlikely that your cat, dog, dog dog’s mum or dad will be able take a baby into the nest.
So you should do your best to be in a situation where you don’t put your pet in danger,” Dr Brown says.
The second option is to get your vet to put you in contact with other women who are pregnant.
One woman was able to deliver her child successfully after giving birth to her first child, but Dr Whiteheads advice is to avoid giving your dog this advice, as it’s not a good solution.
“I think the best thing to do is to have a very good conversation with your vet about the risks and benefits of having a family,” Dr Dr White is quoted as saying.
This is a time when you might also want to make sure your dog is doing well, and if he has any problems.
How do I tell if my dog is pregnant?
If it looks like the dog might be having trouble getting pregnant, the first thing to check is to take a look at your dog for signs of pregnancy.
“To do this, we need to know whether he has been affected by a recent bout of viral meningitis,” Dr David Cramont, a GP, from the Royal College of Veterinarians, says in a video for BBC News.
In that case, he recommends: Check the urine sample from your dog If the urine is white, then the dog has a recent infection If its green or dark, then your dog might have a new infection