It was obvious that it would be the only case in its kind.
When Rosie, a cross between a golden retriever, came to Neuse River Golden Retriever Rescue, thrown out and pregnant.
According to the magazine, the owners of the shelter Katie and John Black quickly began to take care of an abandoned stray dog.
In the past, the staff took care of their fair share of pregnant dogs, but when Rosie gave birth.
It was obvious that she would be the only case in her kind.
Since the four healthy puppies Rosie were not like her.
Lovely puppies, unlike their mother with Rosie’s golden spraying, were a mixture of flowers.
Black-brown marks on their white wool reminded me of the herd of small calves!
Therefore, Daisy, Clarabelle, Betsy, and Moo were properly called bull-names.
Crossing often leads to noticeable differences in the appearance of the offspring.
But in the case of Rosie, a complete lack of similarity was struck.
But this did not reduce Rosie’s attachment to her charming puppies!
So, Rosie and her children were adopted in permanent houses.
Thus, we are grateful to Katie and John for their sincere efforts. In caring for puppies and looking for suitable owners to them!