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Thursday, October 29, 2009

What's the story?

So I've been getting emails and texts and phone calls wanting to know if Zoe is indeed bred.

According to emails with Carolyn, the last natural tie was on 10/4/09. 28 days from there would be November 1st, which is what my vet said is the earliest they could do an ultrasound. Since I believe her, I have an appt for Zoe-Momma on Monday.

I do however believe she is bred. She is now eating almost as much as Mitcham, and is starting to have larger nipples that are so pink I swear they glow in the dark. She also is getting rounder on her sides, I referenced pork tenderloins (small ones mind you) but maybe that wasn't a great comparison :)

We'll keep you posted

5 comments:

penni said...

Fingers crossed!

dreameyce said...

I vote yes, and mostly blues, except for a very nice pick black boy, as handsome and sweet as Daddy *G*

Rayna said...

omg omg omg omg omg I'm like busting at the seams I'm so excited :)

C-Myste said...

FWIW, when they show at only 4 weeks it generally indicates a big litter. I'll be waiting for the ultrasound count.

I'm not so sure I wish a big winter litter on you . . .

StubbyDog said...

Umm yeah Lizzie was starting to show at 4 weeks and we all know how that ended up. LOL! Fingers crossed! I'm with Carolyn though, I don't really wish a large winter litter on anyone...