Zip, zero, nada. After that 90-minute period of nesting, she went to sleep and snoozed. She only woke up when *I* woke up to start letting the other guys out. So well be seeing the vet at 10 a.m., and decide where to go from there. I had high hopes when she nested so steadily for so long, but it was not that frantic nesting, nor was she up and down all night. I had her on the bed a while and cuddled her, talked to her, studied her closely, and got the impression the subtle pre-labor stuff was happening inside. But nothing more. She is in no distress, and her temp is fine. Puppies are all moving.
Posted on: Fri, 02 May 2014 13:09:35 +0000
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