A pair of snowmobilers stumbled upon a group of stranded puppies in the Utah countryside over the weekend, and now a shelter is working to find a new home for abandoned dogs.
Kat Perry and Cory Holt were snowmobiling in the Ant Flat area after a snowfall on Thanksgiving Day when they discovered the Great Pyrenees puppies, the sheriff’s office search and rescue team said on Sunday. from Weber County in a Facebook post.
This search and rescue team was at the Monte Cristo trailhead on Sunday afternoon, so the team dispatched a rescue sled to help Perry and Holter get the three fluffy white dogs to safety, MPs said .
“We’re not normally going to save the animals, but you know if you’re in the situation and can help, well we’re happy to help,” the County Search and Rescue Lieutenant said. Weber, Mark Horton, according to KSL.
The TV station reported that “although Horton said they were unable to reach the mother, they are returning on Monday to try to save the mother.”
MPs said Perry had “already made plans with the Hope’s Rescue group to find good homes for the puppies.”
The refuge is near Ogden, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.
The Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team posted photos of the puppies on Facebook, asking for donations from the Sheriff’s Office Foundation. The fundraiser brought in $ 130 from seven people Monday afternoon.
Horton speculated that the animals had not been intentionally abandoned, according to KSL, who reported that “the breed is generally used for sheep rearing and he theorizes that the mother left the flock to give birth and that the shepherds have gone to avoid the storm “.
Perry posted on the Lost and Found Utah Animals Facebook page on Saturday, sharing a photo that appears to show the mother dog and writing that the animal was 6.5 miles from the Monte Cristo parking lot on Ant Flat Road.
“I couldn’t catch it,” Perry wrote. “Recently had puppies.”