She may urinate a lot more, vomit water, and start to paw or scratch at the floor.
Some Golden Retrievers will follow you around and seem to not want you out of their sight.
Others will want to be left alone and may try to go off somewhere quiet.
You may see her pacing around a lot, then she’ll lay down for awhile, then aimlessly pace some more before she settles down again. It is almost as if she can’t seem to get comfortable or find exactly where she wants to rest.
It is more common for Golden Retrievers to refuse to eat when they are starting into labor, but a few of them will continue to eat right up to a couple of hours before delivering.
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