There's one more thing I failed to mention about Miss TigTig today....
I had her spayed. She's officially retired after this litter.
I make a lot of "tough decisions" when it comes to my Bostons. They are like kids to me.
Earlier this year, I had Tigger's nares/palate done at a different vet that specializes in those types of surgeries. She actually had to go in for a 2nd surgery because her nares still weren't allowing enough air flow in after the 1st surgery.
I couldn't take the chance of having to put her under again for another litter of puppies since today hadn't gone as I hoped and resulted in a c-section.
I love it when puppies can be born naturally and uneventfully, but obviously, that's not always the case.
It's not worth it to me to put her through that again, she doesn't deserve that.
Enjoy the good life as a pet Tigger.
When the time comes, I do have a family in mind for her, but that will be awhile down the road when my family is ready for her to start her next chapter.