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Mother Dog Dies in An Accident Leaving Three Orphaned Puppies

With a lot of heart and compassion, almost any tragedy’s script can be flipped. Here is one example of such a thing. Ermioni, dog rescuer and founder of Diasozo Animal Rescue (DAR) in Karditsa in Greece, managed to help three orphaned puppies have a better future and it all started with the death of the mother.

DAR was informed of a tragic accident that took the life of a mother dog from her puppies in a car accident, leaving the puppies orphaned and alone. DAR documented the whole dog rescue story on YouTube and you can watch everything about these orphaned pups below. Ermioni and her rescuers were called to an abandoned warehouse where the puppies were living.

People knew of what happened and fed the dogs prior to her arrival.  With little to no interaction with people, the dogs were very much afraid of people and were very cautious when approaching the rescuers even when they offered food.

The last puppy to be rescued was the most cautious of them all. But with some time, patience, and care, the rescuers were able to get all three of the orphaned pups and drove back to their shelter to help the dogs get used to their new environment.

Soon, they took the next step into helping these dogs, which was taking them to the local vet to make sure that the puppies were healthy and receive any help that they needed. One by one, each pup was taken care of gently.

Fortunately, all of them were very healthy and capable. With the worst of it over, what these orphaned puppies need to find is a nice forever home where they will be loved and cared for and honestly, that’s what we’re all here for.

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