Rescued from Backyard Breeding: Starving Pregnant Golden Retriever Finds Forever Home with Her Eight Puppies

Dog pregnant dumped in field finds a home for Christmas | Daily Mail Online

Starving golden retriever who was dumped in a field and left for days while heavily pregnant ‘after being used for backyard breeding’ finds a loving home in time for Christmas – along with her eight puppies

A starving and heavily pregnant golden retriever who was dumped in a field for days has found a loving home in time for Christmas.

Pregnant pooch found sick and starving finds forever home in time for  Christmas - Mirror Online

Amber was suffering from sarcoptic mange which was bleeding from scratching and biting her itchy skin.

Amber was starving and heavily pregnant when she was found in High Wycombe field in March

Amber was found to be suffering from sarcoptic mange which was bleeding from scratching and biting her itchy skin

Eight puppies were successfully delivered by emergency C-section despite their heart rates beginning to drop in the womb.

Veterinary staff believed she had been used for ‘backyard breeding’ and dumped when her owners knew they would need to pay for veterinary intervention to deliver her large litter

The charity said it ‘was touch and go’ for all nine dogs but Amber began to slowly improve and she and her pups also began to thrive

Amber was brought home by Elly Griffith, 38, and was welcomed with open arms by her husband Adam, 42, and their two children aged six and nine

All puppies have since found new homes and Amber finally found her happy ending in time for Christmas after being taken in by the Griffith family, of Witney, Oxon

‘We thought she would be very scared after everything that had happened with her.

Elly said: She was covered in horrible skin, and she was pregnant and very skinny

Elly said: ‘Amber was so ill and they didn’t think she would survive having these pups so the puppy farmers just kicked her out and left her to die and luckily someone found her’

‘The kids love her, they love playing in the garden with her and we are all very excited for her first Christmas with us.’

Blue Cross charity staff stepped in to help to hand-feed the pups to get them up to strength

All puppies have since found new homes and Amber finally found her happy ending in time for Christmas after being taken in by the Griffith family, of Witney, Oxon

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