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En una mañana reciente, my day started as usual by feeding and walking my personal four rescue dogs, and ended with a litter of six, tiny 7-week-old puppies in my garage. The mother had been killed, and these poor babies were left to defend themselves.
When I heard about these puppies from a friend, my husband and I jumped in our car and off we went looking for them. When we arrived at their location, we found that one puppy had died that morning. Of the remaining six, one was gravely dehydrated and on the brink of death. We scooped all six of them up from the dirt-bottomed ditch they were in and rushed them to the veterinarian.
After hours spent hand feeding the sickly pup with a needle-less syringe, he opened his eyes late that night and looked into my eyes. From that moment on, he along with his siblings have been thriving!! I’m happy to announce that all puppies are now adopted.
Desafortunadamente, this is not an uncommon story. Because many families here lack the means to sterilize their dogs, both the mama dogs and their puppies suffer, and many simply don’t survive.
Your donation will go directly to our sterilization program, which helps stop the production of homeless dogs that have no one to come to their rescue. These six puppies were the lucky ones.