* C-Section on my dog Kuppi. This shows the whole procedure, from anesthesia induction to waking up after she is done. Boston Terriers (especially show quality ones) must have c-sections to end up with live puppies because their heads are larger than the pelvic opening, OR they have uterine inertia (contractions are not strong enough) OR the bitch is too tired to push them out OR puppies jam up and get stuck inside OR one or more puppies are coming breech. None of these things can be fully predicted ahead of time, so since there are so many factors working against them, doing a c-section is the safest way to get live puppies and a live mother every time. Yes, you can try and let them free-whelp, but 99% of the time you will lose puppies and possibly the mother. Pet quality dogs (from casual or backyard breeders who do not show) will sometimes be able to free whelp. This is because they are not being bred for the short blocky heads and the puppies can pass easier out of the birth canal. All good show breeders will section their bitches. A bitch can usually have 3 c-sections in their lifetime, but your vet will tell you if the condition of the uterus is ok for another litter at the time of their c-section. Dams recover beautifully from this surgery and it is MUCH easier on them than a spay is. It is very important to choose a vet who does c-sections on a regular basis. Good results rarely come from your average vet clinic that is not dealing with breeders regularly. Please think twice about breeding your Boston bitch, because as you can see, it is a lot for her to go through. My web site is: http://www.boston-terriers.com
Boston Terrier Dog C-Section Full Procedure “Kuppi”
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