They all got their happy endings ❤️
Not always did Cooper, Trixi, and Bruno have comfortable dog beds. The three closely connected canines shared a filthy mattress at a dumpsite before being rescued. Although they frequently consoled one another and snuggled to remain warm, it didn’t feel quite as pleasant as a true home.
When aid came, everything was different. But soon after, the trio split up and began living separate lives in different foster homes.
However, they never forgot their time together.
The three puppies met up again over a year later in a touching reunion that was captured on tape.
“Through coordinated efforts, all three were saved and adopted by various charities. What happened to the two other dogs? was a common question after we recently posted an update on RSR alum Cooper (a lab mix), according to a Ruff Start Rescue Facebook post. “Trixi and Bruno were located by Cooper’s adoptive family, and they all reconnected last weekend. It doesn’t get much sweeter than rescue.
In stark contrast to how the puppies’ tale began, the family and their various rescue canines had a lovely time reconnecting in Minnesota.
Kelli Hanson, marketing and communications manager at Ruff Start Rescue, told The Dodo that “[they were] located at a recognized dumping location and one of our partner rescues called for aid.” “That day, Trixi and Bruno were saved.”
Cooper eluded capture as Trixi and Bruno settled into foster care. He was terrified and had little faith that people could deliver him to safety.
Rescuers kept looking for him frequently because they knew he was still out there, according to Hanson. He was prepared for rescue at the end of February and got into the vehicle.
The reason the pups were first wary was soon made evident. Each animal would need to have a leg severed before finding a loving home, according to a comprehensive vet examination. Thankfully, that’s exactly what happened as soon as each dog became healthy enough.
The three dogs are appreciative of their second chances right now.
He is doing fantastic! Brenda Heitschmidt, Cooper’s mother, told The Dodo. Trixi appears to be doing well but is a touch more tippy than the boys. Bruno’s mom said that he is very laid back and delighted to be in a home. We think the lads shielded her.
A lot can happen in a year, but one tradition that hopefully won’t change is getting together with old friends. Cooper’s new mother now finds it impossible to imagine life without him.
Heitschmidt declared, “He is the ideal dog. Many people will comment on how fortunate he is to be with us, but we believe we are the real beneficiaries.