More and more dogs are being left to fight for themselves on the street, even though many rescue groups are trying to get people to take them in.

The saddest part is that many of these animals were mistreated or left alone while tied to a fence and unable to protect themselves from the many dangers that live there.

Angel, a mother dog who was tied to a tree at Iglesias Park in Aliso Viejo, California, had the same thing happen to her. This Siberian Husky and German Shepherd mix, who was one and a half years old, couldn’t even save herself, let alone her seven pups.

Lucky for her, the rescue Centre quickly found her and acted right away to save her and the puppies.
Saved at the last minute

It was a successful rescue in the park in Aliso Viejo, California. The mother dog and her puppies were then taken to the Mission Viejo Animal Services Centre.

It was too bad they didn’t know for sure how this family of dogs got to that spot or how long they stayed there.

They were found to be safe and healthy, but the City of Mission Viejo, CA – Local Government said on Facebook that they were not given any food, drink, or protection. By this, we know they didn’t stay there for long and that help arrived quickly.

But things could have gone very differently because there were many risks around the corner. It was the time of year when coyotes mate, and there were a lot of them in the city streets. We’re lucky that the worst case situation didn’t happen.

The people at the Centre looked for a microchip on Angel, but they couldn’t find one. Luckily, it looked like she and her puppies were fine, and there were no signs that they had been abused before.
The people who worked at the Centre were full of respect for this brave mother.

A spokesperson for the City of Mission Viejo, Kelly Tokarski, said, “She rolls over in submission when getting pets and will crawl up into your lap for attention.” This was posted on the Mission Viejo website. Angel is a great dog, plain and simple. She only needs a great home where she can get the love she needs.

Angel and her puppies got baths and shots before they were ready for a new start. Besides that, the wonderful people at the Dedicated Animal Welfare Group (DAWG) gave them all the medicine they needed.

People with good hearts helped this family of dogs start a new, better life.

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