Yes. I just took my 4yr old Maltese to the vet to confirm and they drew blood it takes about 20 minutes to let you know. My dog was positive, also make sure your vet checks her to confirm that way as well. Good Luck. My puppies are due in 2 weeks.. Oh one more thing they can really tell only if she is over 30 days into the pregnancy.
I don't think you can get any pregnancy tests for dogs. The first signs of the dog being pregnant is it loses it's appetite and her nipples will begin to grow. Also she won't be interested in the things she used to be (she will be quiet). You should go to the vet and the vet will tell you if she is pregnant or not.
Unfortunately, there is no pregnancy test in dogs like humans. Pregnancy is suspected by noting early signs and is conformed by physical examination and ultrasound by vet 3-4 weeks ofter first breeding. Early signs of canine pregnancy are
- Loss of appetite
- Nipple growth
- Decrease in the activities
- Some behavioral changes.
- Puppy movements
- Increase in abdomen size
- Nesting behavior
- Milk production.
Yes you can. It is a blood test that measures the hormone "relaxing" and can be done in the 22-27 day range after breeding
There certainly is a pregnancy test for dogs. I have my females tested every time I think they are pregnant. Yes, it costs, but it makes it easier to know when the delivery date is.
There are no blood or urine tests available to confirm pregnancy in dogs. After the heat cycle, pregnancy is suspected by observing early signs and pregnancy is confirmed by vet through physical examination and abdominal ultrasound. You should not first early signs of pregnancy like loss of appetite, nipple growth, decrease in the activities and some behavioral changes. Later signs are weight gain and increase in appetite. At the advance stages of canine pregnancy, you can observe puppy movements, increase in abdomen size, nesting behavior and milk production.