How to use Pups in a sentence
When amongst the litter of a properly mated, highly bred fox-terrier, pups are found with long bodies and thick short legs and feet, breeders are disposed to excuse the result by the supposition that the bitch has been contaminated by some earlier mating.
The very small pups are of a beautiful quality, but too tiny to make into garments, and, as the aim of a good furrier is to avoid all lateral or cross seams, skins are selected that are the length of the garment that, is to be made.
The newborn pups were 25% smaller than normal animals, and were also infertile.
Here in the spring the half-dozen or more coyote pups are brought forth; and it is said that at this season the old ones systematically drive any large game they may be chasing as near to their burrow, where the young coyotes are waiting to be fed, as possible before killing it, in order to save the labour of dragging it any great distance.
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Two of the purest breeds at the present day are the Scottish deerhound and the Dalmatian (spotted carriage-dog), A deerhound after having seven pups to a Dalmatian was put to a dog of her own breed.
The result was five pups, which have grown into handsome hounds without the remotest suggestion of the previous Dalmatian mate of their dam.
A black-brindled Scottish terrier belonging to a famous breed had first a litter of pups to a curly-haired liver-and-white cocker-spaniel.
The pups were spaniel-like in build, and of a brown-and-white colour.
Subsequently this terrier had pups to a black-brindled terrier.Advertisement
The result was three pups, all in make and markings pure terriers, and one of the three was regarded as an unusually good specimen of the breed.
Methods These experiments were performed on tissue explants or brain slices prepared from mouse embryos and pups from development stages E15 through P20.
This means that a white spotted gerbil bred with a non spotted gerbil bred with a non spotted gerbil will always produce 50% spotted pups.
This means that a white spotted gerbil bred with a non spotted gerbil will always produce 50% spotted pups.
Late spring Greenland storms Drown thousands of harp seal pups, Nothing on TV.Advertisement
All our rescued seal pups are returned to the wild.
About 25,000 greyhound pups are registered every year in the British Isles.
Gillingham, Kent, UK This is a litter of extremely well bred bull terrier pups.
Low protein diets during early pregnancy in rats were found to significantly reduce birth weight of pups.
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A shortage of ice could also affect hooded and harp seals which rely on the ice to rear pups.
She led the way to the pump-house, and there in the corner was one of the setters with five dear little pups!
At length the old hound burst into view with muzzle to the ground, and snapping the air as if possessed, and ran directly to the rock; but, spying the dead fox, she suddenly ceased her hounding as if struck dumb with amazement, and walked round and round him in silence; and one by one her pups arrived, and, like their mother, were sobered into silence by the mystery.
Weaned gray seal pups were tracked using coded data transmitters in December 1997.
One she-wolf produces five pups in a litter compared to one calf per reindeer, yet both populations remain the same.Advertisement
Females are thought to have 22 - 108 pups per litter.
They live under the care of volunteer puppy walkers who introduce the young pups to different sights, sounds and smells.
Yet some puppy farms are pumping out 750 new pups per year, all of specially designed breeds.
Holycross Spark then whelped here litter to Toms the Best on the 16th and all went well and all 9 pups doing very well.
With youthful vigor in droves, these young pups are intent on teaching the old dogs new tricks.
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Do backyard breeder pups have higher rates of congenital defects and illnesses?
The quality of the pups goes down as the numbers go up because these breeders are breeding for a quick cash return, not healthy pups of quality and type.
Unless you are able to contact your friends and confirm their pup received the vaccination for kennel cough, the safest thing is to keep the pups in two different areas of the house.
Some flea control products are not suitable for use on pups or kittens, and can cause injury or death.
Possible problems may surface in the pups if either parent carries any genetic disorders.
So maybe you decide to speed up your plans and bring one of these needy pups into your family.
Some pups grow into large dogs, and no matter what size they become, all will need a fenced yard for exercising.
During this socialization period, pups that do not possess the ideal qualities of a service dog are weeded out of the program and adopted into caring pet homes.
Pups that do make the grade progress to guide dog training school, where they receive the in depth training that will prepare them for life as a companion for the blind.
In short, they needed drivers, ASAP, to help with a mother and her litter of three-week-old pups or they would be put down within hours.
They have great personalities, but it's important to buy one from a breeder that has the pups tested for the major genetic disorders in the breed.
The most important thing is to spend time at the breeder's getting to know the pups so you can get a good idea of what one will be like when you bring it home.
She's healthy, and I don't really have much problem with her, but she hasn't had any pups.
No, but observing pups from the same litter can be advantageous because you can get a sense of how well they already get along.
If you feel you're up to the task, I say go for it and bring two pups home instead of one.
I think at this point it's worth consulting with your vet to find out if he/she can feel any pups in there.
There's a chance that she's having a false pregnancy, and yes, she could come into milk even if there are no pups.
Should you get rid of your bitch just because she may not produce more pups?
I'd also like to know what I can tell the new owners to do to help the pups adjust to their new homes with the least amount of trauma.
First, let me commend you on not being in a rush to send your pups out the door at eight weeks old.
If she was bred by her brother two days before she was bred by your unrelated male, then there is a chance she could be carrying pups from both males.
If she delivers a litter you should have the pups DNA tested to confirm which dog is the father.
I'm only familiar with the AKC registration process, and I know you need the litter number from the litter registration to register individual pups.
Is a ten-year-old stud too old to produce pups?
Are you willing to keep extra pups that don't find homes?
Will you be willing to provide a home for older pups that are returned by their owners?
Your bitch could simply have a very small litter, perhaps just one or two pups tucked up under the ribs right now.
It also isn't necessary to do an ultrasound unless your vet recommends one closer to delivery to count the pups and gage what kind of position they are in.
Although it's always good to purchase a crate that will still fit the dog as an adult, some pups will go ahead and soil the crate if there's any extra room.
This should confirm the pregnancy, as well as tell you approximately how many pups to expect.
Since she was bred across a five day period, there could be a significant difference in the developmental age between any resulting pups.
If you decide to breed her again, two good breedings spaced a day apart is usually sufficient to ensure fertilization, and the pups will be more equally developed at delivery time.
I just want know if I should expect pups.
At approximately two months gestation, you've probably missed the window for your vet to be able to palpate, or feel, the pups in the uterus.
This way you can definitely find out if she's pregnant or not, as well as how many pups she might be expecting.
You can begin acclimating the pups to some of the agility equipment as early as four months old.
There's a chance that the pups have adjusted their position and this could account for the change in the size and feel of your bitch's abdomen.
He/She can check on the pups by ultrasound and hopefully set your mind at rest.
In the event there are truly no pups, it might also reveal a cyst or other abnormalities that might be occurring.
This will reveal how many pups, if any, their position and their current head size.
The recipes calls for a carob, a healthy chocolate substitute that both people and pups can enjoy.
K9 Stud.com allows users to list dogs for sale, as well as some free pups and adults in need of loving homes.
You can sort by country and breed, but then you'll have to sift through the listings to look for any free pups listed amongst the other dogs for sale.
The cardiac form of parvo is usually transmitted to unborn pups via the uterus of an infected mother.
Designed especially for large dogs, this six-inch bouncy ball is perfect for pups that enjoy running, chasing and chewing.
Often, owners will place ads in the office or let the vet know they are seeking a home for their pups.
During the first year of their lives, Greyhound pups live together with their littermates.
A wonderful gentle and affectionate companion dog for families, Great Pyrenees possess a strong love for the children that they are raised with as pups.
Every bitch deserves a safe and relatively comfortable place to deliver her pups, so a whelping box is essential.
Delivery time is messy, so you need something clean and absorbent to layer beneath mom and her pups.
However, newspaper ink rubs off on the pups, and old towels and blankets can produce snags that catch the puppies' nails.
This pad is also useful beyond delivery because it gives the pups a surface they can grip with their paws.
This type of pad is terrific for keeping the pups warm after delivery, but it's best to use it in conjunction with a disposable pad on top to keep it from being soiled.
The only drawback is that you'll have to watch and make sure that mom or the pups don't decide to chew on the cord.
If your dog will soon be delivering a litter of puppies, it's certainly a good idea to make sure that you have a safe place set aside for her to give birth and take care of her newborn pups during the first several weeks of their lives.
There must be room for the actual delivery, as well as for the pups to nest and nurse from the time they are born until it is time for the litter to leave the box.
This is your opportunity to customize the box for the mother and pups.
Cavachon pups are popular with allergy sufferers because they are considered a hypoallergenic dog that produces very little dander.
Find out why this is so, as well as how long you might expect your own dog might take to deliver her pups.
Pups born before day 58 face the challenges of prematurity.
If the pups aren't born by day 67, it's time to consult the vet for an exam to make sure they are still alive and doing well.
Mixed breed pups aren't immune because they still have the potential to inherit these conditions from their parents.
A responsible breeder will have his pups tested for the most common conditions known to the breed.
In cases like this, it's perfectly reasonable for the breeder to offer the pups for sale at a price that may be a loss, but doing so is in the puppies' ultimate best interests.
With proper training, these high-energy, sweet-natured pups make good companions for families with children as well as the avid outdoorsman.
Lab pups are known to chew on things, including furniture, and become destructive if they get bored.
They also need room for play where they can run distances retrieving balls; this is a favorite game of many Lab pups.
These pups also need a lot of attention, so people and families that plan to be home for a significant portion of the day on a regular basis are better owner candidates.
Judith Jack releases five new collection every year, so who can guess which pups will appear in years to come?
Tired pups find garbage instead of presents on the street.
All puppies are unlockable in each version, depending on which one you buy your starting pups will vary.
The pups’ rendition of "The 12 Days of Christmas" includes flea collars and chew toys.
After all, you don't want to accidently send your dog-loathing cousin a musical card decked out in singing pups.
Most Santa getups for pups include a red hat, jacket and adjustable belt.
In the end, Pongo and Perdita end up reunited with their pups and many more.
The pedestrian-friendly streets make for ideal places to walk pets and there are plenty of dog parks for pups to mingle and socialize.
All the pure-bred pups were typical terriers, and evidence of their dam having escaped infection is the fact that three of them proved noted prize-winners.