Molly is a 5 year old Australian shephard bitch that the owners desire to breed. They were out of town last week and, on returning Friday, noticed Molly had significant vulvar swelling and, when let outside, strongly attracted the neighbor's male. Being experienced breeders, they prepared a vaginal smear Friday night and again on Sunday. On Monday, they took Molly to the stud and she was bred without difficulty.
After the breeding, Molly's owners ask you to examine the smears prepared on Friday and Sunday (images depicted below). Based on those observations, would you say that Molly is likely to deliver pups? Why or why not?