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 Did anyone's pup 'sense' when you were pregnant?

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Female Join date : 2013-05-20
Location : Vermont

PostSubject: Did anyone's pup 'sense' when you were pregnant?   Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:07 pm

I know this is a super random topic, but I'm finding it kind of awesome at the moment! My husband and I found out a couple weeks ago that we're expecting! Smile

In hindsight, my pup's behavior was one of the first signs. We always joke about Ryder being my shadow, he's definitely a momma's boy. He follows me around all the time and generally just wants to be near me. He never has been very 'cuddly', though. He preferred to be on the floor near my feet or on the couch near me. Since a few weeks ago, he's now constantly ON me! I have a 56lb lap dog, now Smile

Anyone else experience this?

PS. My husband's dog's behavior hasn't changed a bit.
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Male Join date : 2010-12-22
Location : Portland, OR

PostSubject: Re: Did anyone's pup 'sense' when you were pregnant?   Thu Oct 02, 2014 7:26 pm

My first husky, Casey, was incredibly protective when my wife was pregnant.
He wasn't allowed to sleep on the bed, but when she was resting, he would jump up and snuggle into her.
He would follow her around all the time.
It was very unusual behavior for him.
He was a typical independent husky before this.
When the baby was born, he became protective of the baby!
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Female Join date : 2014-07-21
Location : Ottawa, Ontario

PostSubject: Re: Did anyone's pup 'sense' when you were pregnant?   Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:21 am

That's awesome!!

Congrats to you and your family...furbabies and all Wink
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