The stud you are thinking of using has papers and you have copies of both of the papers from the parents of the mother could you get papers for a litter?
If you are referring to AKC registration papers the answer is yes. You will need to register the mother first and you will have to pay a late fee to do that. Once the liter is born you can then register the liter and later each dog.
Panda cubs stay with their mother for about a year, when the next litter comes along.
After removal from the litter, a puppy will pine for its mother and litter mates but will soon forget about them once it has settled into its new life. Typically a puppy is not whelped around the sire, so it would have no memory of the dad.
Because Freud was infatuated with his mother thinking everything we do goes back to our parents.
It varies quite a bit depending on the parents, the size of the litter, the health of the mother, her nutrition and care during pregnancy, etc.
No, but if a mother has a litter then she will keep the litter in a burrow for the first week or two of their life.
if the mother is dead the baby hamster needs to be introduced to a new mother that has babies of a similar age at the moment, but the mother will kill it if she thinks it isn't hers and to trick her into thinking its hers you must rub her used bedding all over the baby hamster and put it in with her litter.
A mother cat can't get pregnant for another 6 weeks after giving birth. So she wouldn't really be abandoning her litter they have no need for her milk anymore.
It depends on how many there are in the litter. Like if there are three she will probably keep it, but if there are six she might abandon it. Remember every mother is different. My Rabbit killed hers, she had 3 in her litter, and she dragged him out side of the nest! Still if your mother rabbit is feeding the rabbit, then it is not a runt!
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The largest litter of dogs was 24 (some of these died at birth). The mother was a Bull Mastif.
A jaguar mother will typically have a litter with three to four jaguar cubs. On rare occasions, a jaguar litter will have five cubs.
About 4 to 6 months. A mother cat will have a litter and about 3 months later will go into heat and get pregnant. Two months later she will have another litter. A mother cat shouldn't have too many litters in her life it will wear her down and the stress could kill her.
The cat is telling you to change the litter in the litter box. After a few days the litter box has been saturated with pee, which gives off a strong odor. Which repels cats.
Mother Teresa's parents were devout Catholics.
For most mammals its "litter." The mother dog gave birth to a litter of puppies.
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A foal copies it's mother.
As with all children, Mother Teresa had two parents.
Just a dog. No specific name. The male dog in breeding is referred to as the dog. Group of puppies is a litter. Father of the litter is the sire and mother of the litter is the bitch.
The term "litter" is the most widely used name for a group of kittens born to the same mother. Another term used for a litter of newborn kittens is a kindle.
If you have a group of kittens or puppies belonging to the same mother, this is called a litter.
A group of Rabbits born to one mother is called a litter.
Make sure that you have a low-sided litter box available and the mother cat will show the kittens the ropes.
Is it ok to have the last litter of baby bunnies with the mother when she gives birth to her second litter?
Yes, that's fine as long as you're careful.
They will start needing a litter box when they start walking or climbing onto things. The first two weeks of birth, the mother would clean the kittens mess up, but then the kittens would start becoming curious about litter. Usually you would have the litter out the entire start of the birth so the mother could use it. When the kittens see the mother using it, they want to start also. Same goes with eating.
No, they do not. This is a very old myth that cats and dogs must have one litter before being spayed. Having a litter is incredibly stressful for the mother cat, and can also be incredibly risky. Many first-time mothers are not great parents, and there is a very real chance of complications with the birth or the mother cat rejecting the kittens altogether. There have also been accounts of the mother cat's personality changing… Read More
The largest recorded litter of kittens was Sam Aldrich's cat who gave litter to 14 kittens at once. Really, they all came out at the same time...killing the mother.
After all of the kittens or puppies (or whatever you have) have been born, and take proper precaution not to move the litter and/or the mother.
Maybe you could take the kits (babies) in and feed them yourself if they're big enough. Other than that i don't know if there's anything else you could do. Rabbits are just like that, this usually occurs when the doe (mother rabbit) is a new mother and this is her first litter. Rabbits are a difficult thing to take care of especially if you have a new mother with a young litter of kits. Sometimes… Read More
because of human beings. because we always litter.
becaus eshe didnt want to litter
My kittens started using the litter box at 6-8 weeks, when I showed them how to scratch in it. Mother cats will show her kittens how to use the litter box around this age as well.
Your uncle is the brother of one of your parents so his mother is the mother of one of your parents, and your grandmother. Unless your uncle is your uncle because he is married to the sister of one of your parents. Then his mother is not related to you.
His parents are his mother and his father.
Salmon and Rahab(mother) was his parents
I think the phrase you're thinking of is "necessity is the mother of invention".
it all depends on the breed, size of dog and the health of the mother. Most of the time there is 3-8 puppies in a litter.
A piglet's mother is called a sow. Mature male pigs are called boars, while mature female pigs are called gilts. After they have had a litter, they are called sows from then on. This includes after their piglets from their first litter have been weaned.
Khalil and his parents are African Americans. People keep thinking he's Somalian because of his last name but he even said he's not in one interview.
In some cases the mother cat knows the kitten is dying, such as the runt of the litter, and she abandons it to give her other kittens a better chance of survival. Another reason a mother cat will abandon the kitten is caused by the mother being far too young to have a litter, and therefore abandons a kitten (or all of them) because she is overwhelmed or not know what to do.
sometimes they will EAT it or take care of it it depends on the size of the litter
No because they will mate.
like a mean litter girl with a knife stabed throw her
A puppy could be missing from the litter after two weeks if it has died. The mother dog will take the puppy away from the others.
A dog had a litter of 7 pups. The mother and one pup weighed fifteen pounds. The mother and two pups weighed seventeen pounds. How much did the litter of seven pups weigh by themselves?
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His parents would be his mother and father.
No, her parents were not Catholics. They were Episcopalians.
Gerbil parents will care for their young for as long as they are there with them or until another litter arrives. A gerbil pup should wean at four weeks, but it is recommended to keep it with its mother until at least six weeks, if not up to eight. At this point, it is best to separate them into male and female tanks and away from mom and pop, since mom will probably have another… Read More
Both of Mother Teresa's parents were devout Catholics.