The story of this mama dog begins when Eldad Hagar of Hope For Paws was approached by Start Rescue to discuss the issue of a dog that is named Rosie.
They hold him that the dog has been living on the streets, and fed by a kind sweet lady called Liz Johnson for many weeks. Start agreed to take her in if Hope For Paws could rescue her.
Rosie was visibly shaken by having been captured and suddenly finding herself in a crate, but quickly accepted treats and some tender head scratches.
Hagar noticed that the poor pooch had recently had puppies, so he asked her to show him where her babies were. He feared the worst when Rosie led him under a bus and stayed put.
Hagar then pulled out his cell phone and he got something really creative to do.
He started playing some sounds of crying puppies in the hopes that Rosie would lead him to her babies, and that is exactly what she did.
Fortunately, the rescue came just in time, because minutes after Hagar had Rosie and her puppies safely in his care and on the way to the vet, rain started pouring.
No body could predict what might have just happened to those sweet vulnerable four-legged cuties if they did not get any kind of help any been rescued.
Rose’s story was widely shared, and kind humans stepped in to help in any way they could.
The puppies were fostered by Veronica of The Dog Rescuers, who uploaded a video of the pups showing them happily tumbling around, and of course, their tails were all wagging.
With care and love, all of the puppies thrived, but one actually needed a little extra love.
Champ was seen sitting a lot when playing with his siblings, and had trouble using his back legs.
Although he could get around on his own, his humans decided a wheelchair would greatly improve his quality of life, and he now gets around just fine!
The good thing is that all of the puppies have actually found forever homes
One year after their amazing rescue, the families had a big gathering for a birthday party…
Don’t forget to watch their video below, and feel free to share it with friends and family.