How I Nursed Four Abandoned Puppies Back to Health

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This is the culprit who brought the Petfinder Foundation to its knees

Brody helped nurse Bella back to health.

Brody’s mother adopted this little girl, whom she named Maggie.

While taking a late afternoon stroll through my uncle’s rural desert property 40 miles west of Tucson recently, my mother and I happened across four abandoned puppies. They were cold and starving, barely a week old and unable to open their eyes. We knew that, without a stable environment, these little guys wouldn’t survive much longer. We scooped them up and carried them home.

After a warm bath and a little puppy formula, the four perked up. They were so adorable. But I already have four dogs and a kitten, so I knew I couldn’t provide them with a forever home. My mother and I decided to foster them until they were healthy enough to adopt out. We’ve had them for a few weeks now and they’ve grown rapidly. They appear to be a mix of Husky and Chow Chow, but we don’t know for sure. Each puppy has his or her own look and a unique personality to match. My mother is adopting one of the females, whom she’s named Maggie, and there are two females and one male still looking for homes.

A local rescue group, In the Arms of Angels, has volunteered to vaccinate and spay or neuter the puppies to get them ready for their forever homes. Check back for more updates!

We are working with a Tucson organization, In the Arms of Angels, to vet and adopt out these three puppies. There are two females and one male (on the right).

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