Camera Catches Dog Sneaking Out Of Her Kennel To Comfort Two Crying Foster Puppies

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Not all heroes wear capes. In fact, sometimes they will have four legs and a coat – like Maggie the Australian shepherd mix dog from Alberta, Canada.

After a short stay at Barkers Pet Motel and Grooming, this clever dog managed to interrupt her kennel at night. Why? Comforting two puppies on the first night there. The 9-week-old puppies were fostered from the local rescue society who were staying at Barkers Pet Motel while they waited to be adopted to forever homes. As long as it had been their first night, they were little question frightened, but Maggie knew exactly what they needed. Maggie had just weaned her own litter of puppies a couple of weeks prior, to her maternal instincts went into full swing when she heard the puppies crying.

A Barkers staffer, Alex Aldred, said to ABC News, “We’ve never really seen it before, where a dog sneaks bent some puppies and is so excited to ascertain them.” The employees at Barkers Pet Motel and Grooming have witnessed much adorableness over the years, but they assert this definitely “takes the cake.” While Barkers operates as a boarding school, it often takes in foster dogs from local rescue societies when there aren’t enough foster homes available – that's how the 9-week-old pups came to the power.

Owner of Barkers, Sandi Aldred, had gotten all the dogs settled into their kennels for the night. Alfred uses her phone as how to see abreast of the power through the surveillance cameras, so when she was bent dinner as well as her family, she decided to see on the puppies.

That is when she noticed something odd. Maggie had somehow managed to slide out of the kennel and was outside of the puppies’ kennel. The surveillance video managed to catch everything. Maggie had gone to the puppies to smell them, lick them through the gate, then lay next to them. “We watched her on the cameras and she or he or he went straight around and she found their room,” Sandi told CBC. “She paid them tons of attention and you'll see her little tail wagging.”

andi added, “And she’d do the small bow right down to them and poke them through the chain link gate of their room. She just decided that was where she was getting to stay until we came to urge her. It had been really sweet. She just had to be with those puppies.” Sandi returned to the kennel after dinner, and Maggie was there to greet her by the door. Sandi recalled, “She came to me and she or he was really happy, then she took me back to their room as if to mention , ‘I actually need to satisfy these puppies’”. That is when Sandi decided to let Maggie into the puppies’ kennel.

“They were just all so happy to be together,” Sandi explained. “She was nuzzling them really gently and nudging them, then she laid down and allow them to cuddle together with her .” “The puppies needed her and she or he needed them,” she added. “It was pretty perfect.” Sandi allowed Maggie to remain with the puppies for the night. And in the morning when the staff returned, all three were still cuddled up together. Maggie’s maternal instincts were particularly strong at the time thanks to the fact that she’d just weaned the litter of puppies a couple of weeks earlier before being rescued by the Edmonton Humane Society. However, all dogs – both males or females who’ve never had puppies – can have an innate instinct to worry about the young. The two puppies themselves had also been weaned fairly early from their mom while they waited for adoption. Sandi recalled that she jokingly tried to convince Maggie’s owners to let her stay a touch longer so as to comfort the puppies. “They said, ‘Well, we’ve only had her for a touch while so …’ They quite wanted her back, obviously,” she laughed. However, Sandy did make sure to show her owner how cute their dog is. Meanwhile, the puppies received tons of affection and a spotlight from the staff, as Sandi said at the time, “A lot of our staff have fallen crazy with them, so they’ll take them range in the evenings and allow them to have a home environment for the night.” They have probably since gone on to seek out their happily-ever-afters themselves.

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