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Eva's thinning coat?



 
 
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Old August 8th 03, 11:55 PM
anna
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Default Eva's thinning coat?

you don't say if eva is a maltese or a chin, but i seem to remember my
friend's chins losing their coat soon after whelping, and i know my
corgi girls always looked horrific after whelping until about 5-6
weeks before their next season when they'd get their 'honeymoon' coats
on...congrats on puppies! mmm puppy breath...sigh...


(Evelyn Usher) wrote in message ...
Hi there,

I have four Maltese and on Chin.

Eva had two puppies four weeks ago. Her coat seems to be getting a little
bit thin down the parting.

Any suggestion on what I can do?

Her diet is excellent, cooked chicken and rice or lamb or beef with a
little chicken liver added. Cooked of course. I also feed her Lactol or
Welpi or goats milk.

Other4wise she is in perfect health and very happy with her babies.

I used to breed Yorkies and cannot remember having this problem before.

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Old August 8th 03, 11:55 PM
anna
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you don't say if eva is a maltese or a chin, but i seem to remember my
friend's chins losing their coat soon after whelping, and i know my
corgi girls always looked horrific after whelping until about 5-6
weeks before their next season when they'd get their 'honeymoon' coats
on...congrats on puppies! mmm puppy breath...sigh...


(Evelyn Usher) wrote in message ...
Hi there,

I have four Maltese and on Chin.

Eva had two puppies four weeks ago. Her coat seems to be getting a little
bit thin down the parting.

Any suggestion on what I can do?

Her diet is excellent, cooked chicken and rice or lamb or beef with a
little chicken liver added. Cooked of course. I also feed her Lactol or
Welpi or goats milk.

Other4wise she is in perfect health and very happy with her babies.

I used to breed Yorkies and cannot remember having this problem before.

 




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