Mother dog and her tiny puppies found in Minnesota snowdrift

A mother dog and her litter of puppies were discovered in a Minnesota snowdrift. No one knows how she survived – no less the three-week-old puppies huddled next to their mother trying their best to keep warm.

According to Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue, a Good Samaritan found the family and drove them to the shelter where the puppies were extremely hungry as their mother had no milk to feed them.

“They were very hungry and mama Snowbelle had no milk to give them.

After a few days of warm shelter and good food Snowbelle started producing lots of milk for her babies.

Thank you for supporting Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue and Red Lake companion animals.

This photo shows the great need for shelter and food in our very harsh winters,” the rescue organization posted on their Facebook page with the photos of the mom dubbed Snowbelle and her adorable puppies.

All the puppies growing strong and beautiful.

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My … how the puppies have grown. This is Barry – three weeks later and now ready with the others for their new homes.

 

 

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