(Gray News) – A canine family is recovering and has a warm place to stay after a Minnesota family found them huddled together in a snowdrift.
Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue in northwest Minnesota said the dog, now dubbed Snowbelle, and her litter of six pups were hunkered down in about a foot of snow on the edge of the woods.
“They were very hungry and mama Snowbelle had no milk to give them,” the shelter said in a Facebook post.
“We have no idea how Snowbelle and her puppies survived. They were about 3 weeks old when rescued.”
Things have improved for the doggy family since arriving at the shelter.
Snowbelle’s milk is flowing again and her pups have lots to eat.