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Old 01-12-2016, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default 4 Week Yorkie, without his Mama

So I brought home a 4 week old yorkie this evening whose mama was hit by a car two days ago. I want to find out as much as I can since A. I have never owned any animal this young (not even close, I usually adopt from a shelter when they are a couple of years old). B. I want to keep this guy healthy. I have had him for about 3 hours now and have given him some formula with a bottle but in three hours time he hasnt had more than 1 tablespoon. He is sleepy but doesnt show any signs of hypo glycemia. Can you please provide me with any advice like how often I should attempt to feed him? When should I be trying to introduce solids? (I picked up Blue Small Breed Puppy Food for when he is ready). I am actively researching everything I can online but anything you can add would be great.

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Wow! That is a young one and you have your hands full.
The breeders here at YT will be able to give you more information I'm sure. Some even tube feed, but I hear my breeder friends talk about feeding every two hours - no sleep and no life. But I know many tube feed.
There is also a puppy starter mousse for baby pups.

Yorkiemom1 hopefully will come and tell you more about all this.

Praying all goes well. I think you are great for taking this pup on
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Wow! That is a young one and you have your hands full.
The breeders here at YT will be able to give you more information I'm sure. Some even tube feed, but I hear my breeder friends talk about feeding every two hours - no sleep and no life. But I know many tube feed.
There is also a puppy starter mousse for baby pups.

Yorkiemom1 hopefully will come and tell you more about all this.

Praying all goes well. I think you are great for taking this pup on
Thank you, I am definitely not planning on sleeping well for the next few weeks just to make sure he is eating on time and dont mind giving him my full attention during the day.
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I'm so sorry for this poor little guy! What has he had to eat the prior 2 days? I would think he's dehydrated. At this point, and after 2 days without Mom. He needs subQ fluids from the vet. Once hes stable, at 4 weeks, I grind the kibble and add milk repacement to make a mush, but getting fluids is important at this point. Keep him warm, and use nutri-Cal.
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So I brought home a 4 week old yorkie this evening whose mama was hit by a car two days ago. I want to find out as much as I can since A. I have never owned any animal this young (not even close, I usually adopt from a shelter when they are a couple of years old). B. I want to keep this guy healthy. I have had him for about 3 hours now and have given him some formula with a bottle but in three hours time he hasnt had more than 1 tablespoon. He is sleepy but doesnt show any signs of hypo glycemia. Can you please provide me with any advice like how often I should attempt to feed him? When should I be trying to introduce solids? (I picked up Blue Small Breed Puppy Food for when he is ready). I am actively researching everything I can online but anything you can add would be great.

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OMG!!! What an undertaking for you and what a trauma for this little darling. Get started IMMEDIATELY so you dont loose this enfant!
FORMULA.....
You MUST get calories into this baby....calories keep him alive and thriving....this is the "gasoline for his engine".

8 oz JUST BORN MILK FORMULA with COLOSTRUM
4 oz PEDIALYTE
1 RAW EGG YOLK
1/2 cup KEFIR MILK (may substitute 1/2 cup LIVE CULTURE PLAIN YOGURT)
3 tbsp. Dr. Millers Nutra Drops (may substitute ViDaylin Pediatric Vitamins
without IRON)

This formula delivers 14-16 calories/cc, which the baby needs to keep it alive. You need to weigh the baby and give 1cc/oz of weight. You can add this warm formula over a canned baby food (Royal Canin has baby mousse for babies that are weaning from momma, and is excellent) If baby is weaker and not eating you will need to tube feed the baby....

If the baby is sucking WELL from a bottle, then you can bottle feed....if baby is too weak to nurse, or just wont take the NECESSARY amount of formula, you need to tube feed the correct amount. Have your vet show you how to do this correctly, and if they hem-haw and dont want to show you how, go on line and watch videos...it is super easy to do and the most efficient way to get REQUIRED nutrition into this baby. You will have to get the feeding tube from a vet.....if you do not have a vet that is as determined to save this baby as you are, you will have to order the necessary feeding tubes on line. (I am praying this baby is sucking well from a baby bottle, because people just do not want to go this extra mile and tube feed....)Depending on how much you are getting the baby to drink, you will need to feed warm formula every 3-4 hours, around the clock. Baby MUST get at least 1cc for every oz of his body weight.

If this baby is not kept warm, body will shut down.....put a heating pad UNDER the bed you have this baby in, on one end of the box....baby is old enough to move off the warm end of the box if he gets too warm....you have a heating pad on low, under the box, then the cardboard box, then soft baby blanket.....I put one of those bean bag things you heat up in the microwave to use on your sore muscles in your neck, for baby to curl up next to for added warmth and comfort....keep this entire thing draft free and warm, around 80*-86*....

You have age on your side...baby is not a newborn, so this is good!

This will get you started and is absolutely necessary steps....you have to be committed and determined to keep this baby alive.....that will get you half way there! You can email me at ladyofrosehill@aol.com, with any clarification or questions......

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I'm so sorry for this poor little guy! What has he had to eat the prior 2 days? I would think he's dehydrated. At this point, and after 2 days without Mom. He needs subQ fluids from the vet. Once hes stable, at 4 weeks, I grind the kibble and add milk repacement to make a mush, but getting fluids is important at this point. Keep him warm, and use nutri-Cal.
He has been very slowly eating formula since losing mama but he hates the bottle and is only just learning to lick (very clumsily). He was the biggest in the litter nd is using the restroom regularly so it would seem he is geing enough but since I am very inexerienced I can help but feel it isnt enough (he is eating about 5cc's every hour). Which leads to another question. I dont waan him to get hypoglycemic so I aam trying to offer him formula every hour or so but he takes in so little. Should I instead be waiting to feed him every three hours so he will drink more? He is 1lb 6oz so he should be getting about 22cc's every 3 hours right? His tummy is really round, should I get a dewormer or is that too much right now?
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OMG!!! What an undertaking for you and what a trauma for this little darling. Get started IMMEDIATELY so you dont loose this enfant!
FORMULA.....
You MUST get calories into this baby....calories keep him alive and thriving....this is the "gasoline for his engine".

8 oz JUST BORN MILK FORMULA with COLOSTRUM
4 oz PEDIALYTE
1 RAW EGG YOLK
1/2 cup KEFIR MILK (may substitute 1/2 cup LIVE CULTURE PLAIN YOGURT)
3 tbsp. Dr. Millers Nutra Drops (may substitute ViDaylin Pediatric Vitamins
without IRON)

This formula delivers 14-16 calories/cc, which the baby needs to keep it alive. You need to weigh the baby and give 1cc/oz of weight. You can add this warm formula over a canned baby food (Royal Canin has baby mousse for babies that are weaning from momma, and is excellent) If baby is weaker and not eating you will need to tube feed the baby....

If the baby is sucking WELL from a bottle, then you can bottle feed....if baby is too weak to nurse, or just wont take the NECESSARY amount of formula, you need to tube feed the correct amount. Have your vet show you how to do this correctly, and if they hem-haw and dont want to show you how, go on line and watch videos...it is super easy to do and the most efficient way to get REQUIRED nutrition into this baby. You will have to get the feeding tube from a vet.....if you do not have a vet that is as determined to save this baby as you are, you will have to order the necessary feeding tubes on line. (I am praying this baby is sucking well from a baby bottle, because people just do not want to go this extra mile and tube feed....)Depending on how much you are getting the baby to drink, you will need to feed warm formula every 3-4 hours, around the clock. Baby MUST get at least 1cc for every oz of his body weight.

If this baby is not kept warm, body will shut down.....put a heating pad UNDER the bed you have this baby in, on one end of the box....baby is old enough to move off the warm end of the box if he gets too warm....you have a heating pad on low, under the box, then the cardboard box, then soft baby blanket.....I put one of those bean bag things you heat up in the microwave to use on your sore muscles in your neck, for baby to curl up next to for added warmth and comfort....keep this entire thing draft free and warm, around 80*-86*....

You have age on your side...baby is not a newborn, so this is good!

This will get you started and is absolutely necessary steps....you have to be committed and determined to keep this baby alive.....that will get you half way there! You can email me at ladyofrosehill@aol.com, with any clarification or questions......

Wow, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!! Last night I kept a hot water bottle in his bed and woke up every three hours to feed him (he isnt too thrilled with the formula but its likely that he hates the bottle more than the formula because he will lick it up, very clumsily). He is peeing a lot? He weighs 1lb 6oz so he should be getting about 22 cc's every three hours and he is not getting that much, but maybe about 15ccs. I will pick up some new stuff today and have a vet appointment so Ill ask about the tube feeder, thanks again.
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Wow, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!! Last night I kept a hot water bottle in his bed and woke up every three hours to feed him (he isnt too thrilled with the formula but its likely that he hates the bottle more than the formula because he will lick it up, very clumsily). He is peeing a lot? He weighs 1lb 6oz so he should be getting about 22 cc's every three hours and he is not getting that much, but maybe about 15ccs. I will pick up some new stuff today and have a vet appointment so Ill ask about the tube feeder, thanks again.
WOW that's awful BIG for a 4 week old Yorkie.
Prayers he is doing well.
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WOW that's awful BIG for a 4 week old Yorkie.
Prayers he is doing well.
He was the biggest of the litter so I think before he lost mama he was eating pretty good.
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WOW!!! I did not even SEE this weight...it just did NOT compute in my brain!!!! I have had over 7 grand worth of dental work done in my mouth the last 2 days, and my brains are obviously still not functioning.....I have two COW yorkies that have matured to 17 lbs.....but they did not come CLOSE to weighing over 1.5 lbs at 4 weeks old!!!!! Are you sure these are yorkies and not shepherds or collies or another large breed???? I have NEVER seen or heard of a yorkie that weighed over 1.5lb at 4 weeks old........I do not believe this is a yorkie......unless it is mixed with a large breed.
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God bless you for taking take of this tiny guy, we send our love to his little guy and wish him a long and happy life.
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OMG!!! What an undertaking for you and what a trauma for this little darling. Get started IMMEDIATELY so you dont loose this enfant!
FORMULA.....
You MUST get calories into this baby....calories keep him alive and thriving....this is the "gasoline for his engine".

8 oz JUST BORN MILK FORMULA with COLOSTRUM
4 oz PEDIALYTE
1 RAW EGG YOLK
1/2 cup KEFIR MILK (may substitute 1/2 cup LIVE CULTURE PLAIN YOGURT)
3 tbsp. Dr. Millers Nutra Drops (may substitute ViDaylin Pediatric Vitamins
without IRON)

This formula delivers 14-16 calories/cc, which the baby needs to keep it alive. You need to weigh the baby and give 1cc/oz of weight. You can add this warm formula over a canned baby food (Royal Canin has baby mousse for babies that are weaning from momma, and is excellent) If baby is weaker and not eating you will need to tube feed the baby....

If the baby is sucking WELL from a bottle, then you can bottle feed....if baby is too weak to nurse, or just wont take the NECESSARY amount of formula, you need to tube feed the correct amount. Have your vet show you how to do this correctly, and if they hem-haw and dont want to show you how, go on line and watch videos...it is super easy to do and the most efficient way to get REQUIRED nutrition into this baby. You will have to get the feeding tube from a vet.....if you do not have a vet that is as determined to save this baby as you are, you will have to order the necessary feeding tubes on line. (I am praying this baby is sucking well from a baby bottle, because people just do not want to go this extra mile and tube feed....)Depending on how much you are getting the baby to drink, you will need to feed warm formula every 3-4 hours, around the clock. Baby MUST get at least 1cc for every oz of his body weight.

If this baby is not kept warm, body will shut down.....put a heating pad UNDER the bed you have this baby in, on one end of the box....baby is old enough to move off the warm end of the box if he gets too warm....you have a heating pad on low, under the box, then the cardboard box, then soft baby blanket.....I put one of those bean bag things you heat up in the microwave to use on your sore muscles in your neck, for baby to curl up next to for added warmth and comfort....keep this entire thing draft free and warm, around 80*-86*....

You have age on your side...baby is not a newborn, so this is good!

This will get you started and is absolutely necessary steps....you have to be committed and determined to keep this baby alive.....that will get you half way there! You can email me at ladyofrosehill@aol.com, with any clarification or questions......
Judy there is a special place in heaven for you as you always come through with expert advice to help these wee little babies. Thank you for being the caring, loving lady that you are. BTW I just LOVE your quirky sense of humor lol.
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As I hoped in my earlier post (#2) Judy and Deb came through for this baby!
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Where in California are you?? I still have a mama full of milk.
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What a wonderful, generous thing to offer!!! Did you get a response?
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