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Q. Female dog came into heat and was inseminated by male dog. Female is not showing signs of pregnancy. And will be 60day on Feb 4 2016.

A. She should definitely show signs of pregnancy ( at least an enlarged abdomen).

It is very unlikely that she got pregnant, an ultrasound or a radiograph done at this stage would rule it out anyway.

Answered By
DR. MASSIMO ORIOLES, DVM, MRCVS



A. It is possible she is not pregnant. You take her to the vet who will do an x Ray to confirm if she is and how many pups she may have. It could also be a very small litter

Answered By
KATIE SHANNON

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