A homeless dog’s life can be just as difficult as a homeless person’s, especially for new mother dogs with puppies. They are frequently mistreated and shown little sympathy, and are sometimes even considered a nuisance.
Dogs lack the ability to communicate what they’re going through or what happened to them, making it more difficult for rescuers to determine how they can assist. Consider the case of a young mother dog who was discovered when people saw her carrying her dead child and then noticed the rest of her newborn puppies in need of care and attention.
The rescuers were alerted when they received an urgent text message and a video of a mother dog carrying her pup in search of help. It was said that she gave birth on the streets. They went straight to the person who had contacted them, where they discovered a small section of the house had been gated to keep the mother dog and her pups in.
She appeared to be in a small terrestrial cave with vegetation surrounding her. They assumed she was terrified, and that getting out of there with her back to the door and her body protecting her infants would be a battle. The rescuers attempted to befriend her and persuade her to approach them, but they were unsuccessful. She was too scared to speak, so she hissed at them instead. Regardless, it was clear that she needed help, she was just hesitant to trust them at the moment.
They planned to use a soft snare to pull her out. Which, to their surprise, worked because she took part and buried her head in it. It took several attempts to get her to stand up and approach them, but she eventually emerged from the hole without trampling on the puppies. By the way the mother dog approached them, the rescuers could tell she was a loving dog who didn’t mean any harm. Both rescuers tried to persuade her that they were not trying to harm her or the children. Jade, as she was given the name, allowed the rescuers to approach her puppies and let them hold all seven of them, one of whom died.
When Jade began to show signs of anxiety while picking up the puppies for the move, one of the rescuers suggested that they demonstrate to her that the puppies were in good hands to calm her down. With the help of one of her puppies, they led her inside her box. They chose a different crate for the babies because they didn’t want to risk them being stepped on, but they wanted to keep it within sight of the mother dog.
They went to the hospital to make sure the mother dog and her puppies got the attention they needed. She was discovered to be a young mother dog, which explains her fear of strangers handling her puppies. They were all in good health, so they didn’t need any medical attention. Jade appeared to be upset about something, despite the fact that she was fine and had been rescued. Perhaps she was just adjusting? At least, that’s what the rescuers thought.
Jade got an unexpected note the next day that explained why she was still worried. Stephanie, the person who called about the dog, explained that one of the babies had been taken by a neighbor who believed she could care for it alone. After a long night of suffering and wailing, the neighbor realized it was wrong to separate the one-day-old baby from her mother. As a result, the rescuers are able to reunite the kidnapped infant with her mother!
Jade was no longer nervous because she was overjoyed to see her baby. They decided that because the newborns were so valuable, they should be named after diamonds. The family quickly enlisted the help of a group to look after them until they could find a permanent home for them. They’ve become considerably happier after eight weeks and are ready to be adopted. Rescues like these would not be possible without the cooperation and support of a community dedicated to giving dogs a better life.
Check out the video below to stay up to date on this mother dog’s adventures!