Fix this saying: “Don’t count your puppies before they hatch.”
Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.
If you count all the things in a group, you add them up in order to find how many there are. 数…的数目
A puppy is a young dog. 幼犬
V-T/V-I When a baby bird, insect, or other animal hatches, or when it is hatched, it comes out of its egg by breaking the shell. 使孵出; 孵出
Don't count your chickens before they hatch
It is an old adage which means, broadly, don’t act as though you have something before you actually have it. It can be used to refer to any number of things, from physical objects to events that have not yet come to pass.