If your dog has pups under the house you can move her and the pups inside. Moving the pups will not make her stop feeding the puppies. Mother dogs are very protective of their puppies, so be careful when you move them and do not let anyone she does not know near them.
Probably a predator has moved into the area. Owl, weasel or cat. A wet spring can do them in as they nest underground and the babies can be cut off from the mother by flooding. If there was a shortage of food over the winter they may have moved on to better pickings.
The mother bunny will take care of the babies. She will cover them with her fur if they are cold and uncover them if it is too warm. If you try to care for the baby rabbits yourself, chances are they will die. It is difficult to tell if the mother is taking care of the babies because she does not "sit" on the babies. By the time you figure the mom is not taking care of them, the babies are dead.
Well, baby guinea pigs come out jumping and playing already, and all you have to do is keep some timothy hay in there cage and a bottle or bowl of water. Oh, and try to keep with they're mother quite a bit until they are about two weeks old. And if you have any babies that you don't want just get them away from the others as soon as you can, so that the mother and siblings don't get too attached. Message me with any other guinea pig or rabbit questions! My guinea pigs just gave birth to 3 little baby's yesterday April 25,2010. After we got from church we checked on our 4 guinea pigs ( 3 girls 1 boy ) they were all happy the pregnant guinea pig was just in the makeshift house we built for them. Around 5:00pm My dad and I tried to clean our guinea pigs cages, while I was getting the rug my dad suddenly shouted so loud! I went there then when I looked inside I saw 3 cute baby guinea pigs. I researched online and found out that you should separate the male and female ( the one that gave birth ) guinea pigs. We made a new cage to house the baby guinea pigs and there mother.
'Twisted gut' is a term used when a horses intestines have moved inside them and twisted. this causes a lack of blood flow and stops the digestive process. A horse who has 'torsion' colic needs a equine veterinarian immediately as it can and will likely die without surgery.
it depends if you want them pregnant, if you want babies, put the male and famale together for about a day, that should do it. If you don't want them pregnant, and you only put the male and female together every once in a while, it depends for how long you leave them together. Just some extra info: to know if your female is pregnant, wait for about a month and a half. If she starts getting unusually fat (large belly, small head), she is most likely pregnant. take the male out if he's not out all ready. when the babies are born, if the male is still in the cage with the female, the male could distract the female away ROM consentrating on the new born babies and some could die. When my female had babies, the male was still in the cage, 2 of the 4 babies died.
not if she moved out of the mothers house
Willie Lincoln, son of Abraham and Mary ,died soon after the family moved into the White House.
They can only move out in to a house where another adult lives. So, yes, even babies can be moved out of a household, but you have to put them in to a house where an adult already lives, or you have to move them out with an adult.
AC uses electric power to transport the heat from the inside of the house to the outside of the house. AC uses a special gas/liquid that cools down when expanded and heats up when compressed. The gas is expanded inside the house, it cools down, takes on the heat from the air in the room. The gas is then moved outside the house where it is compressed, heated and releases the heat.
They were around 15-18 months old when they moved out of the first house.
yes that would not be a problen.I have a one year kitten that was born to a feral cat and the kitten lived outside for a few months before he came to live inside the house.
If it were to be damaged simply by moving it how did you get it in your house in the first place? ( The disk inside should not be damaged if that's what your asking)
The House That Jack Moved - 1915 was released on: USA: 21 May 1915
you could move random families into a house, make sure that they all die inside the house, and then you would have a haunted house. that is the only way which i think it is possible.
John Adams became the first president to take residence in the White House on November 1, 1800.