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Thread: Is an isolette a need?

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    Question Is an isolette a need?

    Hey all! Someone offered me a really nice isolette to buy. He got a great deal from his supplier and asked if I wanted one since Im just starting out.Is it a good thing to purchase? Worth the money? Whats a fair price? I have no idea, it sounds like a good idea but we have only had money going out, not coming in so we dont want to spend the money unless its a good investment.

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    Default Re: Is an isolette a need?

    We don't use those at all in Finland, so imo it's not needed. If you're planning to let the mother be with the pups only at feeding time, then it may be a good idea, but I'm not a fan of that kind of breeding at all.

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    Default Re: Is an isolette a need?

    We don't use them either, and we don't let the pups stay with mama after they are finished eating. Some people use a heat lamp. We use IV bags that we warm in the microwave and wrap in towels so the pups will not get too hot, but stay warm. You just have to make sure the pups can in not way touch the bags themselves, it will burn them. I also keep a thermometer in the puppy crate to make sure it stays a constant warm temp.
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