Which puppy do you think it may have been to late? Both are so a\sad and I think the second one was better that the first.Hypoglycemia Requires Quick Intervention in Toy Breeds
This is a sharp drop in blood sugar, usually fatal within hours. Rub corn syrup, maple syrup, on the gum or even a few squirts of sugar water if those aren't available. Do it now if you aren't at the vet. Recovery is quick if the pup isn't in a coma. Order a tube of Nutri-Cal in case it happens again. It's around $8 on chewy.com.
Here's a pup that looks like it might be too far gone b/c the idiot taking the video seemed to find the video more important than immediate intervention.
The pup in the 2nd video appears to be a minute away from falling into a coma. Note that the person who took the video did not show the pup responding and recovering from the syrup. My thought is she waited too long but is it was too far gone and died, otherwise, why wouldn't she show it getting back up? Young pups respond nearly instantly to quick treatment, but they have to be able to swallow and digest it. Can't do that when their system has shut down and they're comatose.Which puppy do you think it may have been to late?