Northeast Animal Rescue received a call about a runaway female dog that had been spotted wandering close to a parking lot. She would occasionally be spotted by locals walking along the roadside while she waited for passersby to give her food.
Rescuers quickly realized that she was a breastfeeding mother when they arrived. Now, instead of saving just one dog, the rescue saved all of the puppies the woman had.
Although the mother dog was quite anxious, she made the decision to lead rescuers to her pups since she understood they were there to assist. They pursued her until they found a culvert pipe where the pups were hiding. When the mother took rescuers to her five babies, she waggled her tail and realized that, for the first time, they were safe.
Rescuers assumed the mother would carry her puppies out of the pipe on her own after she fell inside, but instead, she turned around and walked back toward them.
Will, one of the rescuers, was able to carefully grab all of the puppies—three females and two boys—by crawling inside the pipe.
They fed and kept the mother and puppies warm after bringing them to safety.
They chose to give the mother dog, who was characterized as a “responsible and capable parent,” the name Sierra.
They nаmed the puppies Holly, Willow, Mаgnoliа, аlder, аnd Pаrker. Thаnks to Sierrа, аll of her puppies аre now secure!