Just a question to see if anyone elses pets have seemed to change since u have been pregnant? i have a small dog she is chihuhuh and min pinscher mix. Since we have had her I have been pregnant twice, currently pregnant with my third. But it seems as though both times I have been preggo she just turns into a little *****!! I have tried to play with her, love on her and nothin seems to help. She turns really spiteful. I dunno what to do I just wanna strangle her sometimes..(i never literally would) lol but she just drives me insane. it only seems to b towards me, not my husband or my other 2 kids. Like I said I just dont know if its where im pregnant or what it is but has anyone elses pets this way???
It's totally because your pregnant I have 2 dogs and if we leave them out of their cage for one night that were not home EVERYTHING GOT DESTROYED! and this was back before we had cages for them so they were use to staying out of and sleeping whereever
They know. My 2 dogs are both funny around me. They are super gentle and not nearly as playfull as they were. My sisters dog actually started sleeping infront of the crib 2 wks before her daughter came, she is now 6 and if you play with her and he thinks its getting to rough he will step in and knock you over. He just barks and barks at my husband as soon as he walks near her. it's funny what Dogs will do.
Mine is just really needy, I think she senses big changes are coming. Which they are, it's always been just me and her, now she's going to have to get used to not being my baby anymore. But she's already had big changes, pregnancy made my asthma go haywire so she's been living with my parents the past couple of months and won't come home until a month or so after the baby's born. Feel kinda sorry for her, actually, I visit as much as I can, but think she doesn't understand.
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