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No, nature has her own timetable & interfering in such matters can cause problems. If your vet anticipates a C-section may be necessary obviously this can be scheduled but the cost of this procedure can well exceed $1000. Sometimes providing some light exercise my help to speed up the process but should be done very cautiously. I would never risk the dog's health by urging excessive exercise.
If you feel your dog is overdue & fear complications I would advise you speak with your vet about this matter.
Often it's difficult to know exactly when conception occurred so it's entirely possible her actual due date may be still a few days away. The only other thing I could suggest is red raspberry tea. This is often used by some breeders & is reported to make whelping easier but I seriously doubt it will aid in inducing labor. If you're not taking her temp twice a day I would recommend doing that so you'll at least know when labor is imminent. Generally once the temp settles into the 98-99 degree range you can expect labor within 24 hours.
Often if a bitch is having problems delivering an injection of oxytocin is given but this is ONLY done after labor has begun.
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