Despite the controversy surrounding service animals, people still like to see Labrador retrievers trained to help. Passengers at the airport were excited when they saw the service dog get through the security gate. There was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all the viewers when the Labrador retriever lay down and started to cry.
The dog could no longer walk. It was not because of illnesses, but for an unexpected miracle. The dog was pregnant
The beautiful Lab, named Eleanor Rigby was pregnant when her owner was about to board the plane. She expected the dog to give birth in a few days. Diane Van Atter would have never expected her dog to go into labor as she waited to board the plane.
They didn’t have a choice but to lie Eleanor down and allow nature to take its course regardless of how inconvenient the situation was. As the dog went into labor, cries were heard all over the terminal so that the scene couldn’t be missed by the whole airport. There was nothing else but a really cute moment. In an airport, you won’t see that one very often.
Luckily for the mother-to-be, she wasn’t the only dog in there, as her mate olden Nugget was accompanying the family.
Eleanor Rigby gave everyone a free lesson in the miracles of life as they boarding Gate F80. With eight adorable puppies coming out right after each other there was quite an experience to be witnessed.
Passengers are watching nature unfold before them at the gate while they put their books and phones down. The passenger told Fox News 13 that he had been there since puppy five. It is on the photo sharing platform Instagram. We are getting a lot of followers.
Kristin Hamilton also used the opportunity to give her followers on Instagram a show.
“A SERVICE DOG NAMED ELLIE, SHORT FOR ELEANOR RIGBY CAUSED QUITE A STIR AT TAMPA AIRPORT YESTERDAY. THE TWO-YEAR-OLD YELLOW LAB WENT INTO LABOR BEFORE BOARDING A PLANE TO PHILADELPHIA. TAMPA FIRE RESCUE DELIVERED SEVEN PUPPIES; SIX GIRLS AND ONE BOY. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEW MOM AND SAFE TRAVELS!”
And the rescue crew was given a reward for their efforts, as all of the ppuppies were named after them. “They have our names!” said one paramedic, Natalie Brown. And of course, number two is Larry (they’re both female).” “And number three is Natalie,” her colleague Larry Glanton added.”.
The happy family found their way back to Philadelphia in time despite missing their flight.