Dog Escapes Kennel To Comfort Abandoned Pups

06 Jul 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News


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It’s not only humans who are thoughtful, but dogs are way more concerned than any other living being on earth. The perfect example of the same was seen recently. Maggie, who is an Australian Shepherd had her pups taken away way before she could pamper them a little. After Maggie was adopted, the owners provided her with a kennel for the night at Barker’s Pet Motel located in Alberta. What Maggie did was unexpected and totally unconditional love. Maggie managed to escape the kennel and comforted a bunch of puppies who had lost their mother.


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Love of a mother is always selfless and seeing the litter of puppies couldn’t stop her motherly love for them. Maggie squeezed herself out of the kennel by pushing aside the water bowl built into the door of the kennel.


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According to Sandra Aldred, the owner of Pet owner, “Maggie was really happy and then she took me back to their room as if to say: “I really need to meet these puppies. They were just all so happy to be together. The puppies needed her and she needed them. It was pretty perfect.”

Aldred also mentioned that Maggie gave them all the attention she had and her wagging tail proved that she was immensely blissful. Maggie was cuddling and nuzzling them from time to time. When the pooch got into the kennel with the puppies, she made sure that they got along well.


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All three of them stayed together and were snuggling with love. The compassion we say in Maggie is not even found in humans these days. Dogs are loyal and shower love to all. However, Maggie and the pups are not together as her owners have returned from their trip. But, they are in the process of adopting both puppies, which are currently staying in the motel kennel.

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