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It usually happens earlier than this around the 7th week of pregnancy. If she is 60 days pregnant you are in the final week of pregnancy and should be able to feel pups moving inside of mom when she is laying on her side.
You will want to provide her with a whelping area away from the other dogs and I'd keep the other dogs away from her from now until at least a week after she whelps. I personally don't let other dogs around my female when she is with pups as they can be very aggressive toward other dogs. Let me give you a site that goes over whelping.
I'd also start taking her temperature. One way of knowing when your dog with have her puppies is to take her temperature twice daily at the same time each day as her due date gets close. Keep a record of this. A dog’s normal temperature is between 101-102.5F degrees. Her temperature may rise and fall during this time, but once her temperature falls below 99 degrees, she should go into labor in the next 24 hours. The temperature drop is due to a reduction in serum progesterone levels and signals that the dog will start labor within 24 hours.
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