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#16 gameboy1977

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 16:42

I understand now. We drink milk frow cow is normal.  thanks for tip, ozgeek. (Y)




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Posted 16 February 2014 - 16:43

We would think it was cute if another animal did it so I don't see it any different here, good on her.



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Posted 16 February 2014 - 16:50

she doing the right thing, i would trust a puppy a lot more than human politicians.

"A story about a woman saving a puppy from starvation? Let's bash the politicians!"

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 21:07

Humans can be so hypocrite... we drink animal's milk but when animal drink human milk, it's gross...



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Posted 16 February 2014 - 21:18

Humans can be so hypocrite... we drink animal's milk but when animal drink human milk, it's gross...

 

I would agree with you if humans were wrapping their lips around the utter of a cow, but I don't believe that's the case. There's a huge difference between that and cold, processed milk from a plastic jug.

 

Regardless, I see nothing wrong with what the woman did to save a life.



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Posted 16 February 2014 - 23:39

She needs a boyfriend. :p



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Posted 17 February 2014 - 01:11

She needs a boyfriend. :p

Unless you are into that "sort of thing" Hum...human breastmilk is pretty terrible...

 

Most BFs wouldn't want that :p.



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Posted 17 February 2014 - 01:28

Puppies will eat solid food almost from the day they're born if that's the only option available.  I've raised puppies and been around dogs all my life, and often times removed the mother from the puppies for a few hours because breastfeeding will drain an adult female in no time.  If you don't consistently give her high protein high calorie food, and sometimes even if you do, a mother with 4 or 5 pups breastfeeding all day can even make their hair fall out and make them get real skinny.  So starting from birth, about once a day, I take the mother away from her puppies for about an hour and give her a bowl of food with some milk and a raw chicken egg mixed in, a fresh bowl of water, and give the puppies some soft puppy food with cow's milk and a raw egg mixed in.  If that's what's available, they'll eat it before their eyes are even open.  No need to get weird on us lady, lol.  Then again, maybe I'm just being closed minded.



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Posted 17 February 2014 - 02:46

Puppies will eat solid food almost from the day they're born if that's the only option available.  I've raised puppies and been around dogs all my life, and often times removed the mother from the puppies for a few hours because breastfeeding will drain an adult female in no time.  If you don't consistently give her high protein high calorie food, and sometimes even if you do, a mother with 4 or 5 pups breastfeeding all day can even make their hair fall out and make them get real skinny.  So starting from birth, about once a day, I take the mother away from her puppies for about an hour and give her a bowl of food with some milk and a raw chicken egg mixed in, a fresh bowl of water, and give the puppies some soft puppy food with cow's milk and a raw egg mixed in.  If that's what's available, they'll eat it before their eyes are even open.  No need to get weird on us lady, lol.  Then again, maybe I'm just being closed minded.

 

Yeah, close minded.



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Posted 17 February 2014 - 03:49

If I were a woman, I would have done the same thing if I were in her situation.



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Posted 18 February 2014 - 00:48

Puppies will eat solid food almost from the day they're born if that's the only option available.  I've raised puppies and been around dogs all my life, and often times removed the mother from the puppies for a few hours because breastfeeding will drain an adult female in no time.  If you don't consistently give her high protein high calorie food, and sometimes even if you do, a mother with 4 or 5 pups breastfeeding all day can even make their hair fall out and make them get real skinny.  So starting from birth, about once a day, I take the mother away from her puppies for about an hour and give her a bowl of food with some milk and a raw chicken egg mixed in, a fresh bowl of water, and give the puppies some soft puppy food with cow's milk and a raw egg mixed in.  If that's what's available, they'll eat it before their eyes are even open.  No need to get weird on us lady, lol.  Then again, maybe I'm just being closed minded.

 

Problem is Nature is much smarter.  I'm sure nature already have thought about overfeeding and put in mechanisms into the mother to protect her anyway so what you had been doing was redundant. Just make sure the mother have food presented to her and let her decide when to eat.

 

Shredding hair is a very normal and natural behaviour of all dogs. It's their way of our way of shedding old skin. Mothers will shed more because their bodies are under natural stress from feeding the babies just such a human body is.



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Posted 18 February 2014 - 00:51

Just out of curiosity... How is the puppy now?