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I am familiar with.,, I grew up on a dairy farm. The calves which come off their mother after a couple of weeks and were put onto powdered milk so as the fresh cows milk was sent of to market. We had a bucket with a hose and rubber teats set up in a row for them to feed from. .aka milk bar. Karlyn Henderson by the time these the pups grow old enough to leave the nest, The Mother Will Be glad to get rid of them that’s how nature works.
Even Grown Up Children Leave Their Home To Get a life of Their Own unless They are Part Of A sekte. Correction I was not sleeping practically on top of them I first wrote they we’re practically sleeping on top of each other sometimes they did it was wonderful to see them loving each other thanks again. may I explain ? Babies is the plural of Baby. Baby’s signifies something that belongs to the baby – eg ‘ When we go we need to take the Baby’s bottle with us’. “I forgot to bring the baby’s blanket.” I think that’s what Bridget meant. I remember how one of my dogs would start shaking when we first bathed one of her babies. I was a child and had no conscience about the emotional harm they suffer, I’ll never forget it. My heart shrinks every time I see people taking puppies like if they were toys instead of letting them be with their mothers enjoying that precious time before they’re all taken away you are correct for sure but they naturally leave and when they are ready or mom says it’s time. That’s very different then people taking them away at 8 weeks or sooner that’s what I think the comment is about. I think he means if she was in the wild she would likely have babies every 6 months and altho they are pack animals all the babies would stay but the females most likely would it is sad what dogs go thru.