Mother Dog Digs A Den In The Snow To Survive And Protect Her Puppies


“We don’t really know anything about her past,” Nancy Bruley, founder of Pet Projects, told Dodo. “She was very, very thin and in a difficult state of health, so she had been on her own for some time.

In just six weeks, Asha has completely transformed herself and felt much better. “She really blossomed,” Bruley said. “She’s working well on a leash now and is much more confident. She jumps and puts her paws on me. She is definitely more extroverted than when she arrived.”

Although mothers of dogs are less likely to be adopted than their babies, Bruley hopes Asha will find someone to give her the home and love she deserves.

After all, there is no love like a mother’s love. Do you agree with us? Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts in the comments below!

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