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If Sophie is having complications related to having puppies, she needs to be bred less frequently or spayed. One litter of puppies per year is plenty. I would avoid home treatment and have her examined by your vet, given her history of illness and how weak she is now. If she does not already have a low calcium level, she's likely headed in this direction because she's not eating and I assume she's still caring for her pups.If you need help finding a vet that can see her today, let me know your city, state and zipcode and I'll be happy to help you further.
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Unfortunately, payment is required up front for treatment. I would look into the following links for help with funding:
Red Rover: https://redrover.org/find-financial-assistance-veterinary-care
Best friends: http://bestfriends.org/resources/financial-aid-pets
Your dogs friend: http://yourdogsfriend.org/we-recommend/need-help-paying-vet-bills/
Speaking for Spot: http://speakingforspot.com/?p=Financial%20Assistance%20for%20Veterinary%20Care