This owner was stunned when her Rettweiller gives birth to 15 adorable puppies
Her owner thought that 6 puppies were going to see the day, she was far from the account!
Jessie, a beautiful two-year-old dog was to give birth on Tuesday but nothing really happened as planned, since the date until the number of pups that were born. And on this last detail, it’s a big surprise that was waiting for all his family! In fact Jessie the rettweiller gives birth to 15 puppies.
Happy family, large family
On Sunday, around 2 am her owner, Eleanor Usher, heard scratching at the foot of the stairs and quickly realized that her Rottweiler was giving birth. She and her husband Ian rushed to lend her a hand and found that two puppies had already been born. The young mother fending for herself as a champion, her humans just stayed by her side to support her and witnessed an impressive show. After the arrival of the sixth, the couple thought that the dog could rest but she was far from finished.
The eleventh is born, then the twelfth, then the thirteenth, then the fourteenth, and finally, the fifteenth. Eleanor and Ian could not believe it! Those expecting a litter of 6 to 8 puppies have had the double. “One wondered ‘my god, when will she stop!’, Tells the Briton to Metro. After the eleventh, we looked at the country’s records and found that the first biggest litter was 18 and the second was 13. But as Jessie was giving birth and the speed at which the little ones were coming out, we ended up worrying that it makes 20. Fortunately, around 8 am, it was over.
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All the happy family is doing well and Jessie is an exemplary mother.
She feeds and grooms her babies in turn and does not let anyone take care of them. She even decided to take care of Mini, the 7-year-old Usher cat, in the process. For the moment, only the biggest and the smallest have been baptized, Walter and Daisy, but the others are too similar and will inherit a name once they have grown a little.