.....just so everyone knows but I do not sell the puppy nursing

station.....I bought it years ago from Country Mastiffs.....








            Pictures are of puppies at Puppy Pawz using the




















         The puppy nursing station has been created to provide

essential care for puppies. There are 3 main focuses for

inventing the pet nursing station. *







   The first focus would be to provide extra supplement for

puppies that don't receive enough nourishment from the

puppies mother.*







   Second focus would be to feed orphaned puppies, thus

meaning puppies that don't have mothers and therefore the

puppies wouldn't be able to suckle from the mom for milk. *








    The third focus would be caused by mother dogs rejecting

their puppies or simply not providing enough milk for their

puppies. *








   Newborn up to 3 wks.of age need to be fed every 2~3 hours.

May any situation above occur an individual would use the

pet nursing station to help progress the puppies onto their

long life to come. By using this station an individual would be

saving time. *









   By saving time you may have a large litter that needs

supplemented right away, therefore with the three holed

bottle feeding stations you can apply more than one puppy at

a time, so they will receive the nourishment much sooner. The

individual wouldn't have to do each puppy one at a time by

hand. *












  With this also save more time by cutting the process in half.

With this station being free handed it allows more bottles to

be held, versus an individual having one hand to hold a puppy

and another holding the nursing bottle. By holding the bottle

with one hand and one hand on the pup, this doesn't allow for

enough proper holding stance for the puppy. *







   The pet nursing station is designed to work easily and

efficiently. The station is designed to properly and securely

hold puppy (baby) bottles to provide appropriate

nourishment for puppies. Bottles are placed into cradles and

locked into place by a sliding mechanism that is attached to

the back of the cradle, this would force the bottle forward on

the front of the nursing station, so that the puppies wouldn't

force onto the nipple. *








  This allows easy flow into the puppies mouth and directly

into the stomach. This also restricts the puppies from choking

on the liquid in the bottle. *











  The pet nursing station is suited for all breeds so it is

designed for large breed newborns and small breed newborns

up to 3~4 wks of age or until weaned. Depending on the

puppies age and size they will be elevated by the appropriate

sized cushion pad to reach the nipple for easy access of

suckling the nipple. The pet nursing station will serve as a

temporary or permanent mother. *






  Here at Puppy Pawz we use Esbilac in the bottles









or Immune Milk Colostrum at the very start











which is a milk replacing supplement for the female's first

milk, called colostrum, which contains immunity~building

antibodies important for LONG~term health and disease

protection. *






               Supports immune system


               Promotes overall health












  Goat's milk is also a good substitute but it's not enough to

support pups. Here are some recipes we follow as a milk








    1. 10 oz. of canned evaporated milk OR whole goat's milk

(not pasteurized cow's milk~this will cause scours~dogs

cannot drink normal cow's milk) Wal~Mart sells both

evaporated milk, whole goat's milk and evaporated goat's

milk. Make sure you are using EITHER evaporated milk OR

whole goat's milk. DO NOT use sweetened condensed milk!!!








    2. 3 oz. sterilized water (baby water OR boiled water that is

then cooled) This is NOT needed if using whole goat's milk.



   3. 1 raw egg



  4. 1 cup of whole yogurt (avoid skim or fat free if at all possible)



  5. 1/2 tsp. Karo syrup or Corn syrup (NOT HONEY)



   6. 1 tablespoon regular mayonnaise




     Blend this together and feed them 1/2 ounce of formula for

every 1 ounce of body weight. At about 2 wks. you can add a

bit of baby cereal to the formula.





      **Here is also another recipe to use....



   1. 12 oz. goat's milk


   2. 1 egg yolk, no whites of the egg


   3. 1 tablespoon of Karo syrup


   4. 1 teaspoon of regular yogurt



   Mix all together really fine to where it will come out of the

nipple and then serve pups through the bottle.
















                                                        OOPS!!!!  CHEATING!!!!








                                        Hmmmm...... Catching on?????





















































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