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French Bulldog C Section Video

Well, just as the title says – this is a fairly cut and dried video of a French Bulldog (Butters, to be exact) under going a cesarean section.

The surgery was performed by Dr. Curtin, DVM, at Hanover Veterinary Clinic in Hanover, Ontario. For the more medically minded of you, the tissue repair that you see during the early part of the surgery is a repair on an umbilical hernia that seemed to ‘pop up’ while Butters was pregnant.

This section resulted in three healthy puppies, all of whom, along with mom, are doing well. There’s no volume not just because it’s always fairly chaotic during a section, but also because there was audible sound of the receptionist out front taking calls and talking to patients, and I didn’t want to compromise anyone’s privacy.

The video is after the cut, and if you have a squeamish stomach, you might want to just skip right to the end and see the happy baby puppies.

2 replies
  1. Susan
    Susan says:

    Super cool. Ken developed an umbilical hernia once – he looked down one day and he was an “outie” instead of an “innie.” Surgery was required.

    That was quite the belly shot at the beginning. I’m never getting pregnant at this point, but if there were any chance, there’s no way I’d allow a video camera in the room!

  2. Sharon
    Sharon says:

    Very Cool! Thanks for sharing. My frenchie had a c-section but I didn’t get to watch. She had 6 puppies, one didn’t make it. The other 5 are fat and happy and will be 3 weeks old tomorrow.

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