A dog was found in the snow protecting her babies from the cold ice, in the mountains of northern Minnesota.
In the mountains of northern Minnesota, a family found a dog curled up with its litter of 6 puppies in the snow, protecting them from winter and the dangers of the forest.
The family worried about the health of the dog and her babies, rescued them and took them to Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue.
The shelter staff thanked the family deeply for having such a good heart and for saving these animals from their cruel situation.
The shelter took charge of them, carried out the necessary examinations and began recovery treatments.
The three-week-old puppies were determined to be hungry because their mother was not breastfeeding because of the cold.
Fortunately, after receiving the warmth of the shelter and the necessary nutrients, Snowbelle, the name given to the dog, began to produce milk for her babies.
The shelter wrote on Facebook:
“After a few days of warm shelter and good food, the mother started to produce milk for the puppies.”
Now Snowbelle is out of danger and her puppies are growing up healthy, she has been neutered and she and her puppies are available for adoption.
Some of his puppies have already been adopted, we hope everyone will have the same fate and can have a house full of love.
The reason why Snowbelle and her puppies came to this place is unknown, but that they survived the freezing winter is a miracle.
Without a doubt, a clear example of a mother’s unconditional love for her children, who did everything possible to keep them alive.