Katie and John Black love dogs who need a home. So, when Rosie got pregnant, they did not hesitate to take her. Rosie was a sweet pet, and the blacks were excited to take care of her and give birth to their puppies. It was a challenge for the couple, but they were ready.
A pregnant Foster dog
Caring for a pregnant dog is not much different than caring for another dog, except that you need to be ready for the litter. The Blacks worked closely with a local veterinarian and the Neus River Golden Retriever Rescue to make sure they had everything for Rosie and her puppies. The day arrived and Rosie gave birth to four beautiful puppies.
Gives an unexpected litter birth
John and Katie expected Rosie's puppies to look like they were a Golden Retriever. When the puppies showed up, they had a big surprise. The little bundles of joy looked like golden retrievers. In fact, they looked like little baby cows! They did not know who the father was, but it was definitely not golden.
A litter that does not look like mom
The puppies were adorable, and Rosie was a great mother for them. The Blacks played on the theme of the baby cows and named the puppies with typical cow names: Daisy, Clarabelle, Betsy and Moo. John and Katie got a kick out of the puppies, and the fact that they did not suit their mother at all. Not one! Rosie did not care what her puppies looked like, they belonged to her and she loved her.
Growing up happy and loved
The puppies grew fast as the puppies did, and the blacks decided to find out what breed they were on their father's side. They sent a swab to a DNA analysis laboratory to find the breed. It turned out that they were not half a cow after all. Her father was an American Fox Hound.
Rosie's job is done
When the puppies were grown up and Rosie's maternity work was completed, it was time to find a home for them puppies, Daisy, Clarabelle, Betsy, Moo and Rosie all found loving and forever houses, The Blacks were sad when they saw that they were leaving, but they were glad to help Rosie give birth to her cute puppies and find her at home. That's what promotion is all about and they would not have it any other way.
So many people have asked for more pictures of the puppies, so here's a short video. She was pregnant when she was handed over to the shelter. We did not breed them! I wanted to clear my bad english in the first post. We also have more photos on OurGoldenYears on Instagram. Glad she and the puppies made people smile! from r / AWW