Tails of Courage Rescues Labrador and Her Pups

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Earlier in the year, Tails of Courage helped to rescue a pregnant dog that later gave birth to a litter of 11. Tails of Courage is now taking applications for the adoption of those pups with placement by the end of April.

Tails of Courage, a Danbury-based animal rescue, is now taking applications for the puppies they helped to rescue. Earlier in the year, Tails of Courage responded to a notice from a shelter about Gypsy, a pregnant Labrador that would have to be euthanized if no one could take her in.

Tails of Courage then began to look for a place for Gypsy to stay temporarily. Passage East Boarding Kennels in Wilton agreed to take Gypsy in, and on Feb. 25, Gypsy’s 11 puppy litter arrived – six males and five females. With such a large litter, the largest Passage East general manager Fawn Holden has fostered. The kennel has generously donated time, materials, food and tons of love.

Gypsy is now in the process of caring for her puppies. They are still too young to be adopted and will remain at Passage East until the end of April. Until then, Tails of Courage is accepting applications for the litter. Applications may be submitted online or downloaded at http://www.tailsofcourage.org.

All medical care is being provided by Cannondale Animal Clinic in Wilton, CT. The veterinarians and staff have given of their time to help care for the family.

Those interested in adopting one of Gypsy’s pups can contact Tails of Courage at (877)63-TAILS or email info(at)tailsofcourage(dot)org.

There will also be an adoption event April 7 from 1-3 p.m at Petsmart located at 525 Connecticut Ave. in Norwalk, CT. All of the Tails of Courage adoptable dogs and puppies are up to date on shots, are fixed and microchipped.

About the company:

Tails of Courage is a non-profit animal rescue organization committed to rescuing dogs from shelters. They are entirely funded by donations and depend on volunteers. They do not have a shelter or public boarding facility, but instead rely upon foster homes to shelter and nurture furry friends until a loving forever home is found. Please visit their website, http://www.tailsofcourage.org, for more information about their programs and what they offer.

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