Save our 2 week old pompom puppy!

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    Hello, my mother’s pomeranian just had puppies about 2 weeks ago. She gave birth to 3 adorable little pom poms, two males and one female. Currently one male and one female are alright, eating, sleeping, and attempting to walk in their cute little way. The other male however is not doing so well and we have no idea what is wrong with him and what we could possibly do to help him. Right now the two well puppies are about 3x our sick puppies size. The little boy is constantly crying and thrashing his head back onto his back. Today he has stopped feeding from the mother. He has opened his eyes, but it seems as if they might be rolling the the back of his head, because we see the red sides. The only time he stops crying is when we hold him and caress him constantly, however he still does his head thrashing. His head thrashing is very awkward, because it seems as though his most comfortable position is with his head all the way back touching his back. Please give us any advice or knowledge as to what our little one might have and what we could possibly do for him. It is very painful to hear him whine all the time.


    Take him to a vet ASAP! If you can’t pay, there is often assistance available.

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