Debbie, the husky who gave birth at the back of a Mercedes, owes her safe birthing experience to a volunteer named Jennifer Taylor. If not for Taylor, the dog must have delivered her puppies in an Edinburg animal shelter.
The sweet and animal loving staff, Taylor, knows that a shelter is not the best place for a pregnant dog. Knowing that Debbie is a soon-to-be-mom, the volunteer extended her effort to find the husky a temporary home.
Luckily, it didn’t take long for the woman to locate a foster home for the dog. She apparently used connections and was able to secure a spot for the husky in Texas Sled Dog Rescue.
However, people in the shelter missed identifying how far Debbie was in her pregnancy. Though they knew that the doggie was pregnant the first time they accepted her in the shelter, they didn’t realize she might go into labor soon.
And so it happened. Debbie went into labor unexpectedly. She actually popped out two puppies before the volunteers picked up what was going on. Then, it appeared she had to take a break. So Taylor thought there’s still time for her to help the husky start a family somewhere other than the shelter.
The woman didn’t consider driving the mother to Texas Sled Dog Rescue as it is quite far from Edinburg. Transporting the husky to her supposed new home was really not possible at the moment.
But Taylor can’t allow Debbie to birth her babies at the shelter. There’s got to be a way! So she realized she can bring the husky to her home, which is nearer than the Texas rescue center.
It was a brilliant idea, wasn’t it? However, the lady forgot that she didn’t bring her SUV (a vehicle she normally uses to chauffeur animals) that day. So, what would happen now?
Because of her willingness to take Debbie away from the shelter for a safer birthing process, she carried the husky to the car she used to go to work that morning: her husband’s Mercedes. Interestingly, Taylor’s spouse doesn’t allow dogs in his car. It’s pooch-free!
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