Incredible story: this mommy German Shepherd has the most puppies in the history of Guide Dogs in UK
Sixteen puppies, this is what a dog lover’s heaven looks like.
There are not many puppies. One puppy is good. Twice as good. A dozen may be a handful, but a pleasant surprise.
But sixteen? Maybe this is what heaven looks like for dog lovers.
But this “piece of paradise” is very real, and the staff of the British Guide Dog Organization are living the dream.
The organization’s German Shepherd gave birth to sixteen healthy puppies. Guide Dogs is a non-profit organization based in the UK. Their organization provides much-needed assistance to the visually impaired.
As part of their program, they breed, raise and train these dogs.
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The biggest trash in the history of the 60s.
Litter was the father of Unity, the organization’s three-year-old German Shepherd.
This number of puppies per pregnancy is above average for the breed. “Birth at sixteen is an incredibly unusual, but such a gift.
The pandemic has negatively impacted our charity breeding program and the number of litters we can have, so these puppies are even more valuable,” said Matthew Bottomley, head of assistance dog breeding, quoted by People.
It also took the crew by surprise.
During her pregnancy, the organization closely monitored Unity’s health. And on one scan, they thought she was giving birth to nine babies.
The cute set came out of black fur and bits of gold, and their ears are noticeably folded, unlike their mother.
This is because they were the father of Trigger, a golden retriever.
Unity’s first litter, Trigger’s 28th.
They are optimistic about what these puppies will grow up to be.
In addition to being healthy, the nonprofit also hopes that these sixteen siblings carry the best of their breed.