Hello, I am Dr RB and I am a licensed veterinarian. Typically, once the active stage of labor has begun, a pup should be born every 30 minutes-1 hour. This also applies to a very small breed dog who only has 1 puppy passing the placenta following birth of the puppy. If she has stopped laboring but in distress, you will need to get her a veterinarian right away. They may either give her an infection to help her labor along or detect if a puppy is lodged in her cervix. If this is the case, manually turning of the puppy and/or surgery may be required right away to save her and the puppies.
It is very concerning for us to see cats that do not eat for more than 24 hours, especially when we hear of potentially neurological symptoms such as stumbling or wobbling. If the symptoms of stumbling etc occurred BEFORE the decreased appetite, this may be due to a condition involving inflammation of the vestibular apparatus in the inner ear which can cause symptoms of vertigo with nausea and vomiting. Most times, once the symptoms of vertigo are treated, the appetite will resume. However, if the decreased appetite occurred first and then the wobbly behavior, then a number of conditions could be at play here, and the stumbling is occurring secondary to not eating..
At this point, I do believe the very best thing for Brutis is to have him seen by his regular veterinarian. A good physical exam and the correct diagnostics will help to determine where the problem lies and get him back on track.
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