Loving Pup Sneaks Out Of Her Kennel To Cuddle Terrified And Crying Puppies

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The lovely humans of Barkers Pet Motel and Grooming in Canada got a heartwarming surprise when they checked on their pups one evening. They discovered one of the dogs they were boarding snuggled up next to the kennel of two foster puppies who had arrived earlier that day.

Loving Pup Sneaks Out Of Her Kennel To Cuddle Terrified And Crying Puppies

The facility’s security camera captured the moment.

The puppies are between nine and ten weeks old and were, as puppies often are, crying through the night. They were also scared to be in a new place, as most dogs would be. Maggie heard the tiny fluffs’ cries for help and snuck out of her kennel to comfort them.

Alex Aldred and his mother Sandy, who work at the pet motel, were at home when they saw the footage. Sandy rushed to work and let Maggie into the puppies’ kennel. She knew they needed each other. The three stayed close together all night.

Deanna Thompson, of the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society, told ABC News that this kind of devotion isn’t rare for dogs.

It’s innate in a lot of female dogs, especially if they’ve had a litter in the past. It’s just in their nature. We’ve seen it in a lot of dogs even with male dogs, when they hear other puppies crying they want to console them and make sure they’re feeling safe.

Fuente: barkpost.com
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