Welcome To Whelp Watch

We all appreciate the miracle of birth, and there is nothing like the anticipation of a normal labor and a healthy litter. We hope to provide a way to glimpse into the life of a litter, showing that raising a litter is hard work, and a labor of love. We also hope to show that breeding purebred dogs is a combination of applying scientific precision, knowledge of the breed, heart and faith to produce the best characteristics possible in that breed. Not everyone has what it takes to successfully, and responsibly raise a litter of puppies.Whelp Watch allows you and your family to enjoy the process from the comfort of your computer chair, leaving the breeding of dogs to those who understand the responsibility of bringing these precious lives into the world. Webcams have become a popular phenomenon, and there are thousands of them on the Internet. A webcam is a device that allows you to see a real-time view over the Internet. Some live webcams provide a moving picture via streaming video, while others provide a still picture that is updated every few minutes, and some each time the page is reloaded. While you would normally have to browse thousands of sites to find animals giving birth and raising their young live, this site is intended to bring a community of dog breeders together in one place. We hope to offer you the best selection of canine webcams worldwide.

Whelp Watch was specifically designed for the celebration of puppies and dogs. Dogs are our passion and we want to share their births and lives with the world. Anyone can click on the links to the webcams. Only registered users may use the Whelp Watch Forums.  


Whelp alerts will be sent to all registered users via email when a bitch is in labor.

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Why do bad things happen to good breeders?
By Holly J. Goldman-Craig
This past January we were anxiously awaiting a long, carefully planned litter of Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppies.
My bitch, Emma, had a textbook whelping.  The normal pre-labor stuff for 24 hours, she started third stage labor at 4:00am, water broke at 6:00am, first pup born at 6:55am, second at 9:00am and third at 9:20am. It was an easy delivery for her and for that I am so, so thankful.
The first puppy was hard to get breathing but I did get her going.  On the small side for my girls, only 8 oz.  She was plump and beautiful.  The second puppy was small (5.5 oz.) and he never took a breath.  Number three was also small (6 oz.) and she too never took a breath.  And we worked long &hard on these pups trying to get them to breathe.
Emma loved her puppy!  She is one of the best mums I ever had, and I have not had a bad one.  I never saw the pup really sucking, but she was always snuggled up with her mum, hidden by Emma's belly fur.  Whenever I would try to force the pup to take a nipple, she would not hold on.  But, since she had no competition, I was trying not to worry, but my gut told me otherwise.
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  • Who can have a link on Whelp Watch? Anyone who has a webcam pointed at their purebred dogs may have a link on Whelp Watch, regardless of your registered breed or the country in which you live.   While we designed Whelp Watch specficially to view bitches prior to, during, and after whelping a litter, we're happy to link to the dogs of breeders who have a camera on their adult dogs.
  • Who can watch? Everyone! You don't even have to own a dog to join us on Whelp Watch.
  • Who can join the forums? Anyone who wishes to register (left side of this page), can post on our forum, ask questions, enjoy watching, and express your enjoyment.You have just entered the magical world of breeding dogs. Whelp Watch was created as a window into that world. Whelp Watch allows you to view the art of breeding first hand through live webcams.
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    Conditions Of Use

    Whelp Watch is not a venue for advertising litters. While we understand that some may follow the links and perhaps find the puppy of their dreams, specific advertising by breeders or people looking for a puppy is not permitted on our forums. The moderators of Whelp Watch will monitor for unclean/unsanitary kennel conditions, and will not permit a link to that stream, or will remove any current stream that violates responsible breeding conditions. 

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