Time To Be A Mom!

Zyra is looking healthy with five little ones beneath her belly! Finally, that waiting period almost gave me a heart attack! Did you know in 2011 a chihuahua located in England gave birth to ten little puppies? It’s amazing what you can find on the internet and apparently that is reality, even I didn’t know that was possible; though who am I kidding, anything is possible. We humans just have a way of limiting our own perception. ; ]


Now this is where things get a little tricky, I have five little chihuahuas to monitor and a dearest friend of mine entering motherhood for the first time. Zyra is strong, and she will have no problems recovering, guaranteed. Like I mentioned above, she is looking healthy at this point, I have a very close eye on her though; and this is where it gets tricky. I live a very busy life, a lot is always going on and being a breeder is something that has always kept me on my toes. This time around I have even less time to monitor my animals, thankfully I am blessed to have the volunteers that I do. My income has recently increased as I have dived into some new forms of entrepreneurship; I am in a position where I can comfortably pay for a ‘baby sitter’!

I am the one responsible for these animals, and I will tend to them whenever I am able. Fitting in training, work, writing, and everything else that goes on in my life while doing my best to maintain my social life is a wild beast and quite difficult to tame; though I am beyond grateful. My new ‘baby sitter’ is a woman named Margo who has been taking care of a number of my animals for over a year and a half, I trust her and we grown a very strong relationship. Margo offered to do the work for free! I simply will not allow that as my financial position has changed and money has flown to me in abundance; I am trained to do what is fair, always. Five little chihuahuas that are beyond adorable! Are you a breeder of any animals? Have you gone through this very unique experience yourself? Tell me about it, I would love to hear your story!

The number one tip I have for this kind of experience is to always have faith that your animals will remain healthy. 

Give off positive energy so your dogs can feel it, in those early stages of their life you would be so surprised how much of their thoughts are based on ‘feelings’. They can’t do much right now, but believe it or not if there is one thing I am certain of, it’s a dogs ability to feel. 

Give love to your animals, they will grow strong.