A Greyhound with a broken leg found wandering the streets lead a vet two miles to her puppies despite her condition. Psychologist Lianne Powell was the one who spotted the doggie and took her to the vet. There, they noticed she was producing milk and realized the dog just had puppies. “We put a collar and long lead on her… Then we just followed her… She knew where she was going,” vet Ellen Sobry told The Daily Mail.


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“Limping and at times dragging her cast, she led us along the backstreets and main roads over the fields and along muddy tracks… There in the back were 10 beautiful, fat little healthy puppies,” Powell said.

Sobry added: “It was incredible – I couldn’t believe what I saw… That dog didn’t know us, we’d only met her like an hour before so it was really incredible how she decided to trust and show us where they were.”

The Greyhound mom was named Vera, and she and her puppies are recovering at Ellen’s clinic. As soon as they’re ready for adoption, Ibizan Hound Rescue will help them found a loving forever home.

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A Greyhound with a broken leg was found wandering the streets in southern Spain

One woman spotted the doggie and took her to the vet. There, they realized she just had puppies

“We put a collar and long lead on her… Then we just followed her…”

“Limping and at times dragging her cast, she led us along muddy tracks…”

“There in the back were 10 beautiful, fat little healthy puppies”

“It was really incredible how she decided to trust and show us where they were”

The Greyhound mom was named Vera, and she and her puppies are recovering at a vet clinic

As soon as they’re ready for adoption, they will find them a loving forever home

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