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    A bit confused

    I breed my Bloods every other year. I bred them this past Fall and saw copulation several times. Once was about 36 hours. She ovulated on Feb 1st. I have a photo but I couldn't get it on here). She was huge. She shed on Feb 22 so that should make her due around the first part of this week. Shes big, but hasnt laid on her back or anything. I decided to see if she would eat today and she did. I wouldnt think she'd eat if she was really close to laying. Any idea what I'm looking at here? Thanks

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    Re: A bit confused

    Is it possible to palpate bloods? I've never kept one so I really don't know.
    Derek

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    Re: A bit confused

    Quote Originally Posted by dr del View Post
    Is it possible to palpate bloods? I've never kept one so I really don't know.

    I'm sure you can. Havent tried it. She looks gravid to me

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