SWIMMER PUPPIES (PECTUS EXCAVATUM)
If you now have a Swimmer Puppy, it probably means it is suffering from
a progressing problem and you think it is going to be malformed or die.
Read the rest of these pages and you need not have another swimmer pup.
After being present at the birth of many of puppies, there are certain
observations made, one is the syndrome of "swimmer puppies" (pectus excavatum)
This is a condition of 'so called' flat chested puppies.
They usually die anywhere from two days to four weeks of age if no
or improper intervention is attempted.
IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A SWIMMER PUPPY:
Please check out these pages of how swimmer pups
have been saved from near certain death
|The natural disposition of newborn
puppies is to nurse and sleep on their side. Puppies sleeping and nursing
only on the stomach will show signs of becoming a swimmer within hours
of birth, be vigilant, fix this before it becomes a life or death situation
Swimmer Success !!!!
Swimmer Puppies Saved
Swimmer Puppy Recovery Methods