Dog had 6 puppies in the cold, found in Minnesota snowdrift

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Updated: February 16, 2020 07:31 AM

A dog was found in a Minnesota snowdrift where she had her litter in the cold. 

According to Red Lake Rosie's Rescue, the dog was found with her six puppies in a Minnesota snowdrift. 


A concerned family drove her and the litter to the rescue shelter, where the puppies were hungry since the mom had no milk to feed them. 

Red Lake Rosie's Rescue named the dog Snowbelle. 

After Snowbelle was able to have a few days in the warm shelter with food, she was able to start producing milk for her puppies. 

The puppies were about three weeks when rescued with Snowbelle.

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