Dog mom of 10 puppies shot twice before she was surrendered

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In Franklin, Massachusetts, a new dog mom of 10 puppies had been shot twice in Alabama while she was pregnant. When surrendered to a shelter, the Alabama veterinarians discovered she was pregnant.

Fortunately some good luck has followed Pepper, and even though she has had a difficult time and considerable pain, she delivered 10 healthy puppies. Thanks to Embark Vet and their new Fostering Hope program, it is hoped she can be adopted with her puppies.

Embark tests canine genetics and has tested Pepper for her breed mix as well as her genetics. She is ready to be loved.

Check out Pepper and her pups in the following video. (Copy and paste the link below)

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(Photo of Pepper and her 10 puppies via Embarkvet)

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3 replies
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    Pepper truly deserves the “Mother of the Decade” Award! She and all her babies deserve as much love as the world can give them!

    What’s happening with the EVIL DISGUSTING PSYCHO that did this?

  2. Pennysdachshunds says:

    WELL! I KNOW ONE THING FOR SURE I will NEVER NEVER SING the Tune “I’m going to Alabama With a Banjo on MY KNEE!!!” Too many Evil and Down Right Mean People there!!!!


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