did you count the days from when she was first put in with the buck? If so then it may have taken her a few extra days to get impregnated (sometimes it takes a while). If she's as big as you say then she should give birth soon.
:lol: Ill let you know, dont worry lol. My last one was nearly as big and she had 12! Hope this litter is a bit smaller.bethmccallister said:You'll have to let us know how many pieces of shrapnel she has when she finally explodes. :lol:
There are no physical signs of problems, no blood or anything. Im just a worrier, but i like to be sure. She is very healthy, just fat lol!SarahY said:Don't worry at all, it happens
I had a doe go over by nearly two weeks, she still had a perfectly healthy litter. It was really weird; I moved her to her own box when she looked like she had another couple of days to go, so she was pretty big, but she was as big as a tennis ball for nearly two weeks.
Things that should worry you are extended spotting of blood from the vagina over a few hours with no signs of babies, and when a baby is quite obviously stuck. If she's looking like a perfectly normal, healthy, pregnant mouse there's no cause for alarm