We hurried out to finish cleaning a stall for her because Vet2Be hadn't quite finished on Saturday.
Annie had a buckling and a doeling. Both needed a little bit of help. The buckling was big and his legs were tucked back, so I had to pull his legs forward before he could be born.
His little sister was born 'butt' first, which isn't a good thing. No feet came out first, just a tail.
It took us about 5 minutes of using a nasal aspirator to get her mouth and nose cleaned out enough for her to breath.
They are both healthy and doing well!
|Here's the buckling.|
|Here's the sweet little doeling. She is really friendly, probably because we had to spend so much time cleaning out her airways.|