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Date Posted: 02:12:17 08/20/07 Mon
Author: Connie and Rain
Subject: Re: It's a GOOD sign!!
In reply to: Connie and Rain 's message, "Re: It's a GOOD sign!!" on 22:04:39 08/19/07 Sun

>A very small opening nipple may be your better bet, as like a kitten nipple, but smaller opening! Lapping out of a large opening may be making him take too much in (hope that's what it is) I fed Rain w/a nipple bottle, with just a few pin pricks in the nipple!! She was MUCH older than your baby, but what she took in was up to her. As she got older and more greedy I opened up the nipple more!! Untill, she was lapping it up; then we went to a bowl of formula, then water w/ a bit in it, then cut the formula out completely! To this day, one of her treats is a drop of milk on my finger about every other week! It's a bonding thing!! She loves the treat and I love her lapping it up!! No pro here,; can only go by what worked for me!! finally,Pee and Poop, a "good thing!" It's amazing what it
>tells you!! I work in a Kennel, and our 1st warning
>signs are in what we scoop up!! Same w/horses or any
>animal!! Take Care of that baby! Connie and Rain
>(our thoughts are with you) >Mary writes:
>>... he [peanut] was sleeping and all of the sudden
>>stared to try and crawl out, made it out to my shirt
>>where he promptly piddled and pooped on me.
>>
>>It's a GOOD sign! Mary, trying to get out of his
>>'bed' to take a pee and pooh is a very 'healthy' thing
>>for a pup to do. It would be far worse if he was
>>peeing and pooing in his sleeping quarters. I sooo
>>hope you're wrong, about the palete. I hope Peanut's
>>just trying to eat too fast, and that's why you see
>>the milk 'bubbling' out a bit. Please keep us posted
>>on Peanut's progress, and know all our best wishes are
>>going out to him!
>>
>>>He is a male. I have named him Peanut because he is
>>>so tiny. He was much more active tonight; made a
>>>bonding pouch out of a newborn's little skull cap and
>>>he was sleeping and all of the sudden stared to try
>>>and crawl out, made it out to my shirt where he
>>>promptly piddled and pooped on me. Shades of his
>>>father I would say.

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