Greg Zubiak was looking around a field just outside of Glaslyn, Saskatchewan where he was planning to hunt moose but he noticed something in the distance.
He saw 20 young pups who were deliberately abandoned for the intent of possibly being used as bait to attract coyotes. As he walked up to them, they all looked up and as he yelled out ‘OK, come on!’, they all started running towards him. He gave them the clothes off his back to keep them warm on the way to the shelter.
If it wasn’t for this hunter finding these puppies in the field that day, they wouldn’t have lasted the night and most likely would have succumbed to the cold weather or predators.
Twenty beautiful puppies saved by local hunter, Greg Zubiak, near Glaslyn, Saskatchewan in Canada.
He literally took the hunting clothes of his back and lined his truck with them so they could stay warm on the way to the Battlefords Humane Society.
The puppies arrived at the shelter hungry and flea-ridden.
The dogs are now recovering at the Battlefords Humane Society.
These little cuties are looking healthier already and looking forward to finding new families to adopt them.
I can’t believe how anybody could abandon such beautiful animals but thankfully they were saved in time by a caring hunter who was at the right place at the right time. If you would like to donate to the Battleford’s Humane Society or would even like to adopt one of these sweeties, please visit their website or Facebook page.
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