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Still Waters

Labrador gives birth to litter of 13 puppies

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Still Waters

A labrador stunned her owners by giving birth to 13 puppies in one of Britain's largest ever litters - despite vets expecting just five or six after an ultrasound.

Beau, a Crufts champion descendant, was just two shy of what is thought to be the record, set by a black Labrador who gave birth to 15 puppies in 2014.

Her owners had no idea the brood would reach double figures and said puppies started 'flying out' when the first-time mother went into early labour last month after creeping under her owner's sheets.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7618795/Labrador-surprises-owners-giving-birth-litter-13.html

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Piney

I saw 11 with a German shepherd mix but this is crazy. I hope they all survive! :)

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Not A Rockstar

My Catahoula cur dog/pit mix had 15. Took a while to find homes for that many lol. Guess I should have called the media.... or not.

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joc
19 hours ago, Still Waters said:

when the first-time mother went into early labour last month after creeping under her owner's sheets.

Now THAT is the really interesting part of this story!

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Scholar4Truth

Puppers!

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Matt221

On the pupaometer it scores......

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Bendy Demon

That is..a lot of puppies. Must've been awfully cramped too.

But..once you feng shui the organs a tad, I'm sure it was cozy in there :)

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