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Is my dog pregnant?

Species: Dog
Breed: chawawa and boston t
Age: Less than 3 mon
i think my dog is pregnet she has big nipples and she is getting lazy she was in heat last month and around a male dog




Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

Yup. Sure sounds like she's pregnant!

Dogs can sometimes go through a false pregnancy where they have symptoms of pregnancy but aren't actually pregnant. But, if your girl was around a male dog then yes, she likely is pregnant.

With that being said, I see that you have checked off that she is less than 3 months old. If this is the case then she is definitely not pregnant.

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