My yaya call her baby alive. She is the only puppy left among the litter of five. She is doing good right now. Her two eyes are fully open. She can run towards her mom already. She is three and a half week old in this video. She is just starting to walk and yet she learned pretty fast. At this age, she is already running around her pen whenever she is awake. Watch her video:
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  1. sheena says:

    good to hear a pup survived…My 2 puppies died 2 weeks ago and 3 were left :'(..I hope none of them gets sick during these season..

  2. Superness says:

    Hi Sheila,

    Unfortunately, our premature pup died at a young age of four months. According to the vet, she has a very weak immune system because of being born prematurely. So when she contracted a virus, her body wasn’t able to fight it off. I am still grateful that I was able to care for her for four months though.

  3. Sheila says:

    Update please!!! 🙂

  4. Marie says:

    Have just read through your prem puppies story – it’s so sad to hear, but lovely to see Yaya survived – she looks adorable!

    Marie x

    minxnmojo.blogspot.com

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