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Q. BELLA MY SHIHTZU WAS MATED LAST OCTOBER 22,23,24,25,2014 WHILE IRISH, ANOTHER SHIHTZU WAS MATED ON OCTOBER 28, 29, 30, 2014, WHAT CAN I EXPECT NOW?

A. It may be too early too see puppies on radiographs if either bitch is pregnant. Typical gestation is 60-63 days in dogs. If you want to know, you can schedule an ultrasound examination with your veterinarian.

Answered By
ANGEL ALVARADO

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