THIS PREGNANT DOG GAVE BIRTH TO PUPS WHO AMAZED THEIR FOSTER PARENTS!

 

Pregnancy is a very common medical term and it is common to the beings on this planet as well. But this pregnant dog made it un-common when she gave birth to four puppies, whose appearance took everyone by surprise.

The Pregnant Dog

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Late in 2017, John and Katie Black fostered a dog who was pregnant. They were pretty much aware of her condition. They also knew that the birth time was near. But what they witnessed on the day of delivery was unbelievable. The appearance of the babies which she gave birth to surprised the couple as well as the new mom.  

Dedicated Dog Lovers

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/001-the-blacks.jpgThe Blacks are dedicated dog lovers who were the residents of Raleigh, North Carolina. This couple is parents to three rescued dogs – Annie, Leroy, and Winchester. But since 2009, the Blacks offered a foster home for dogs in need.

Registered Foster Parents

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/002-love-of-dogs.jpgThe Blacks were registered foster parents for the Neuse River Golden Retriever Rescue shelter, which is located in their hometown. Their dedication and love towards the canines were commendable. They selflessly worked for the betterment of the dogs. However, one of their recent foster dog was a hit on the social media. 

Rosie was disowned in October 2017

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/003-due-date.jpgThe couple adopted Rosie from a local shelter. Rosie, a golden retriever mix, was disowned by her previous owners as they left her at the shelter in October 2017. She was not only pregnant but was about to give birth. The manager of the shelter was really worried about her condition, he feared that she would give birth in the shelter home itself. 

Volunteer Expected That She Would Give Birth on the Way!

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/00-lead-unusual-pups.pngConsidering her condition, the manager called up the golden retriever caretakers at Neuse River. One of the volunteers from the rescue center picked up Rosie from the shelter, the very next morning. Looking at her condition, the volunteer was half-heartedly convinced that the dog would give birth on their way to Raleigh Vet Clinic. 

The Rescue Center asks Blacks to foster the pregnant dog

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/005-foster-home.jpgAfter Rosie’s check up at the vets, the staff at Neuse River asked Blacks to foster her. John and Katie were excited to foster the pregnant Rosie. They were on cloud 9 knowing that there was going to be an addition to their family. When the Blacks brought her home on October 28, 2017, they posted a picture of the mom-to-be on their Instagram account, captioning it as “our golden years.”

Adjusting Slowly and Nicely

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/006-very-sweet.jpg“This is our new foster Rosie, who is very preggers and close to delivering her puppies,” the further caption read on Instagram. It continued, “She is a little shy and scared, but very sweet.” Rosie was adjusting to the Blacks slowly and nicely. Soon she was about to give birth and amaze her foster parents as well. 

The Unexpected Babies

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/007-cows.jpgAfter her delivery, when the couple arrived, they witnessed four puppies. There was no similarity between them and their mother. That’s because when they arrived the four puppies looked more like a quartet of cuddly cows. Katie posted a picture of the quartet on Instagram on November 2, 2017. The post read, “Not quite the puppy pile we were expecting.”

Great Source of Entertainment

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/008-surprising-appearance-.jpgKeeping the puppies’ surprising appearance aside, both Rosie and the Blacks were proud of the four newly born babies. Moreover, they became a great source of entertainment for friends and family. “My dad laughed for quite a while at the photos, initially,” Katie told a reporter from the Press Association later in November.

Katie Uploaded Their Picture On “Reddit”

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/009-viral.jpgShe continued, “Dad loved it, and joked that it’s the type of photo that goes viral and I should post it somewhere.” Katie agreed on this, and immediately posted a picture of Rosie and her puppies, named Clarabelle, Betsy, Daisy, and Moo on Reddit. And the post took the internet by storm.  

Impressive Numbers For The First Post

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0010-mismatched-family.jpgThe post not only received 90,000 likes, but 1,600 people also commented on it. These were impressive numbers for her first post on the site. Not only Katie’s dad found the picture funny, the social media enthusiast loved this interesting mismatch. 

Varieties Of Comments

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0011-confused.jpg“Mama looks as confused about this as everyone else,” one commenter said. Another Reddit user wrote something different. “It’s guilt,” they wrote, “her boyfriend’s a black Lab, and he’s coming home any minute now.”

The Blacks Were Confused As Well

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0012-active-labour.jpgEven the Blacks had unambiguous views on the newborn puppies. “We are not sure what breed the dad was,” Katie told the Press Association. “When we brought Rosie into our home… she was already in active labor.”

A Tough Period For Rosie

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0013-antibiotics.jpgThe poor puppies may not have their Dad around but they obviously had a loving mom to take care of them. It had been really tough for Rosie. After the delivery, she suffered an infection. Antibiotics were given to her for a certain period. 

Irresistible Pups

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0014-bottle-feeding.jpgThe Blacks helped in the feeding process. They bottle feed the little pups until Rosie was on her recovery period. The couple was truly in love with the four babies they were fostering. Katie, especially, couldn’t control herself when she held them in her hands. 

Pups Good enough to eat

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0015-self-restraint.jpgAccording to her, the puppies were in a phase, where they were good enough to eat. “Practicing some AMAZING self-restraint in not biting Daisy’s tiny paws,” Katie wrote on Instagram. And the little pups were really cute that no one can resist them.  

The Pups growing rapidly

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0016-growing-fast.jpgThey might be only a few weeks old, in early December 2017, but the puppies were going rapidly. They now might have entered into personality development mode. “Daisy is a sweetheart but a little anxious/shy/hesitant/fearful,” Katie wrote on Instagram on December 6. “Clarabelle is a hilarious fearless spitfire.”

Soon, They would part ways

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0017-saying-goodbye.jpgKatie’s post continued, “Moo is a snuggly baby that likes to be held, and cries when he wants attention. [Betsy is] the sweetest and most gentle puppy, and I want to keep her!” However, as the four pups got older, soon, it would be time for Rosie and the Blacks to part ways.

New Family

http://newsd.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/0018-new-family.jpgTwo different families adopted Betsy and Clarabelle in the first week of January 2018. The Blacks were really sad when the pups were taken by their respective family. But they were assured that the puppies would get the desired amount of love, tender, and care.   

Time To Move On

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Soon enough other puppies will find their forever home and they will move on. Even, Rosie is waiting for a permanent home. But, the canines would definitely miss the time they spent with John and Katie Black.

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