Puppy with hard and soft cleft palate

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typoqueen Thu 06-Jun-19 09:21:02

Anyone had any experience on feeding a cleft palate puppy she is a week old Saint Bernard, we have tried syringe but she refuses it, we bought puppy feeding set which is way too small teat wise, using standard baby bottle and teat at the moment, but vet recommended we use a longer teat?? where do i get long teats (vet did not have any and did not know where to get them!!) we did find a cleft palate teat online but its very short at a loss she is more than half the size of her litter mates and at the moment can only get about half and oz down her over 90 mins

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PeachPotato Thu 06-Jun-19 09:22:36

Maybe a lamb bottle from a farm supply shop?

PeachPotato Thu 06-Jun-19 09:23:12

m.molevalleyfarmers.com/h5/r/molevalleyfarmers//mvf/store/products/non-vac-lamb-bottle?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI2p242bbU4gIV4r3tCh3pywr5EAQYASABEgKDFPD_BwE#fo_c=2563&fo_k=5e202caa14441e7c45ad695c307db8c8&fo_s=gplauk?_$ja=tsid:~cid:1784589493~agid:69922811435~tid:pla-474662954292~crid:343995320046~nw:u~rnd:4193902048119807770~dvc:m~adp:

typoqueen Thu 06-Jun-19 09:56:26

thank you so much Peach last thing i would of thought off, just sent the husband to our very local farm shop <3 xx

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GrumpyMiddleAgedWoman Thu 06-Jun-19 22:11:29

I hope it works!

Whitney168 Thu 06-Jun-19 22:14:14

Have you tried sponge feeding? Yes, I know it sounds weird, but lots swear by it. Look it up on YouTube.

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