All throughout the world, dog owners are finding themselves without a need for their four-legged companions. Then again, not everyone is brave enough to let go of their beloved pet in a civilized manner.
As the volunteers say, there are no breeds anywhere in the world that guarantee the dog’s happiness and that its love will come from its owners, as the volunteers say. I think they are absolutely right.
A dog that had been chained to a tree in a deserted place was discovered by a young girl named Cynthia at the start of the year. It turned out to be a thoroughbred Pit Bull Terrier. Pit Bulls are the most popular breed of dog in the United States, and they are the most frequently encountered in American shelters, when owners surrender their unwanted dogs.
Fight dogs, as they’re known, are a source of great fear for many people. People are terrified of pit bull terriers because of their reputation for being aggressive. Although he was starving and dehydrated, the same dog showed no signs of aggression despite sitting there for several hours without food or water. Plus, she could barely move due to being pregnant. Cynthia named the dog “Blue” and arranged for her to be cared for at the nearest shelter.
In the veterinary department, Blue was given her own room. Finally, she was given everything she needed to rest and relax, including warm blankets, food and water, and rodent toys. It was only a matter of time before the dog gave birth!
When the process was completed, there were 13 half-breed puppies instead of one dog in the shelter. This added to everyone’s anxiety. They were referred to as the “Lucky Thirteen.”
A dog’s reluctance to accept her puppies is common when she is distressed. These dogs refuse to feed them and often act aggressively toward them when confronted with the situation.
Blue, on the other hand, has a different story to tell! Cynthia claims that the dog was an excellent mother from the start. Despite her general tiredness and stress, Blue regularly endured feeding. And she lavished love and attention on each of the 13 puppies.
Volunteers got to work right away, looking for a new home for the entire pack of dogs. Puppies were securely fastened to their mothers. It didn’t take long for Mom to become attached. Blue has been adopted by a wonderful family and has already forgotten her ordeal.