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Detroit Police Officers Rescue Mom And Puppies From Abandoned House

Published: December 29, 2021 at 01:50 PM Author: Penny Eims

A mother dog, and her puppies, are safe thanks to two Detroit, Michigan, police officers. On Sunday, Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue commended the officers for saving the family from a boarded-up house where one of the puppies was trapped in a mattress.

In a Facebook post, the rescue group described the situation, writing:

Some awesome DPD officers noticed a momma dog hanging around a boarded up abandoned house. Thankfully these officers made entry in to the house and found two tiny puppies curled up inside a mattress and one of the puppies was tangled up in a coil inside the mattress.


The rescued mother dog and her babies are now safely in the care of the Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue, who promises the family that “better days are ahead.” On Tuesday, the rescue agency said:

Mom and puppies are now doing great and are looking forward to a life off the streets of Detroit and in loving forever homes.

You can find the rescue agency on Facebook at this link.

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1 year ago

Glad to hear they’re safe

Jaime Perez
Jaime Perez
1 year ago

That is so wonderful that these beautiful dogs were rescued and are doing well. A big thanks to the officers who saved them.

Roberta Sangster
Roberta Sangster
1 year ago

Kudos to these two caring officers! ❤️