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Q. My yorkie had 4puppies one by one the passed born a lil early the last past this morning she will not let us take it what do we do

A. Your question is a little unclear but I think you meant that they passed away and she will not let you take them away now.

She may just need a little time to realize that they are no longer alive. She may need to grieve and when she is ready she will leave them, then you c an take them away.

I'm sorry for your loss.

Answered By
KATIE SHANNON

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