It is often said that dogs are the most affectionate and caring creatures, especially when it comes to their own offspring.
The story is that a neighbor owns a dog that behaves very friendly towards everyone. Recently, she got pregnant for the first time and gave birth to 5 adorable puppies.
When the owner sees so many puppies like that, they feel happy and often boast to everyone around.
The newborn puppies are still fearful of their surroundings, so they typically snuggle tightly in their mother’s arms to nurse. It’s such a heartwarming sight. However, the owner is worried that too many puppies will cause trouble in the house.
When they were about a month old, they started running and jumping around aimlessly, which annoyed the owner. “Why are these puppies so mischievous?” the owner thought. As a result, a few days later, the owner decided to sell most of the puppies. It was only then that I found out about the situation and noticed the mother dog looking sad, dejected, and lacking in spirit.
Within just one week, the mother dog witnessed her offspring leaving, one by one, while they were still very young. From being lively and agile, the mother dog became quiet, sorrowful, and lost her appetite.
At this point, there was only one last puppy left in the house, and the owner intended to have someone else adopt it. The mother dog showed extreme fear, holding her remaining pup tightly in her arms, not allowing anyone to come close.
Even family members dare not move the puppy freely for fear of angering the mother dog. It seems that the family is also touched by the dog’s affection, so they decide to keep this little puppy.
Although the puppy is always by her side, the mother dog is still very scared. She would cry out if she saw someone holding her puppy, truly deserving of sympathy.
What do you think about the actions of the family? Do they have to separate the mother and puppies when they are this young, or can they avoid doing so with a little patience?