Sick & Abandoned Pups Left On The Side Of The Road Are Now Destined For Greatness

Sadly, six adorable Labrador puppies were found abandoned in a crate by the road. At just about 11 weeks old, the poor, scared pups were found abandoned in a crate on the side of the road in Kent, England.

Once found, the poor little dogs were terrified to leave their crate. One pup named Achilles, unfortunately, did not make it.  He died from an unknown illness.  However, his six other siblings were nursed back to health by a stray dog service.

These pups were destined for greatness though. They are set to be trained as sniffer dogs for the prison service.

Soon the dogs were back to full health, had their vaccines, and were microchipped.  Now they are with a foster family until they are old enough to begin their training.

If the pups don’t make it through the training, they’ll be privately adopted by a deserving family.

A spokesperson for the Swale Borough Council’s Stray Dog Service said, “Now they’re almost back to full health, we’re finally able to share what their futures hold. In a few weeks’ time, we’ll be saying a very teary goodbye as the pups move to foster homes, taking the first step in their careers as sniffer dogs for the prison service.

“We know that by making this choice we open ourselves up to negativity, as it isn’t what everyone deems to be a happy ending, but we’re overjoyed for our babies.

“They’ll live their first year with foster families, getting to be puppies and mature a bit before starting their training. Any pups who don’t make the cut will be rehomed privately so really, everyone wins.

“Just think, they’ve gone from being discarded like rubbish to having a future fighting crime, what an amazing turnaround.

“Kelly and Billy have done a phenomenal job caring for the pups and we couldn’t be more grateful.

“As always, thank you for your support.”

The spokesperson continued saying, “This may be the cutest picture we’ve posted all year, don’t the pups look fantastic?”

“They’ve just come back from their second vaccinations and are bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, a far cry from when we picked them up just a few weeks ago.”

Though the dog service was worried about negative comments, the responses have been overwhelmingly positive.

One comment said, “Negativity Why ????? Brilliant news for the pups to be not sitting on a sofa and out working as they should be. All you people offering homes go elsewhere. Good luck pups and VERY WELL DONE ALL INVOLVED.”

Another said, “Dogs with jobs! What an absolutely perfect outcome after a wretched start.”



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