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|12-22-2005, 05:47 PM||#1|
YT 1000 Club Member
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Beaumont, TX
Heat/False Pregnancy Question
I no nothing about it. I feel so bad that Polly hadn't be spayed yet. She will be 10 months on the 23rd. All my other yorkies and Lucky are fixed. With all that has been going on after hurricane Rita, still have a whole in my roof. My vet that my family has been using for over 30 years that I trust so much, had to have surgery and is still not back to work. Polly is almost done with her cycle and today when I was loving her I felt a bump on her stomach and when I turned her over and it felt mushy around all her tits, like there might be milk in them. Could she have a false pregnancy? Called the vets office and they said it sound like it. I know she is not pregnant, because she has not been outside with out me in our fenced yard and Rudy is fixed. Didn't know if there was something the vet could give her to dry it up. Am going to call the Vet who is seeing Doc's patients in the morning, but thought you all could help. Polly is eating and acting like her self. Any help would be appreciated.
Cindy, Maddie, Rudy, Polly, Sprout, Angie, and Tucker
Rest in peace Lucky 1989-2007
|12-22-2005, 06:11 PM||#2|
Donating YT 14K Club Member
Join Date: Apr 2005
Blog Entries: 1
Very well could be a false pregnancy. Follow the advice of your vet but there really isn't much that they'll be able to do. Once she "carries to term", take away all of her toys because she'll carry them around like they are her babies.
As always...JMO (Just My Opinion)