Labrador difficult birth

Labrador puppy difficult birth, but he’s a survivor

My mother groaned, my father wept, into the dangerous world I leapt

For those of you who are a touch emotional right now (so probably most of you) the following may be too hard to watch, but rest assured, there is a happy ending to this story.

Here’s how the people who were present describe it:

Labrador puppy being born, not breathing at first, but with super human effort Shawnna was able to save the little guy

We foster dogs and the mother (Honey) was already pregnant when we got her.

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The quote: ” My mother groaned, my father wept, into the dangerous world I leapt  is from the famous English autor William Blake

About William Blake

William Blake was an English poet, painter, and printmaker. Largely unrecognised during his lifetime, Blake’s work is today considered seminal and significant in the history of both poetry and the visual arts.

Blake’s prophetic poetry has been said to form “what is in proportion to its merits the least read body of poetry in the language”. His visual artistry has led one modern critic to proclaim him “far and away the greatest artist Britain has ever produced.” Although he only once travelled any further than a day’s walk outside London over the course of his life, his creative vision engendered a diverse and symbolically rich corpus, which embraced ‘imagination’ as “the body of God”, or “Human existence itself”.

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16 thoughts on “Labrador puppy difficult birth, but he’s a survivor

  1. why don’t u ask the dog why they eat the sack but for sure it does not make
    them sick and it natural

  2. Oh Lord, give them puppies a new dry and warm blanket. Thats gotta be just
    as uncomfortable as coming in an air conditioned house with a wet bathing
    suit. I’m getting cold just thinking about it.

  3. I think I would have broken the sac way back when he was half out, and the
    mom had stopped pushing, and pulled the pup out with a contraction… this
    pup was delayed in getting oxygen, he’s lucky he could be revived. A rubber
    suction to clear his nose and mouth right away would have helped too, but
    kudos to you for getting him revived. Also, to those worried about the way
    she was using downward thrusts, that is a method often used – provided you
    support the head and neck from flopping and hold it like as in a gentle
    vise, or else it could break the pup’s neck… but the downward thrusts
    work to force the fluids out of the airways when no suction is available,
    like she was doing.

  4. “there we go come on come on come on come on come on come on. come on come
    on come on on on come on come on”

  5. “there we go come on come on come on come on come on come on. come on come
    on come on on on come on come on”

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