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The newborn puppy immediately after delivery. Its nostrils are cleared and the head and neck are gently extended to facilitate breathing.
Verstegen J (2009)
Slow flow of oxygen directly from the hose to aid respiration in this puppy. No need for intubation.
Oral administration of an electrolyte solution to newborn puppy.
Stimulating respiration with a fine needles inserted into the nasal septum of neonate puppy.
Placing the puppy in dorsoventral position with extended head and neck aids in the ease of respiration.
LeBlanc MM (2013)
It is important to keep the newly delivered puppies dry and warm, from blocking each other's nose, and in a clean environment. Note the air hose supplying warm air.
Newborn puppies are placed on pre-warmed soft fluid filled pouches to keep them dry and warm in a clean environment.
A litter of 10 puppies is kept warm with pre-warmed excess IV fluid bags in a clean environment.
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