John and Katie Black have been fostering rescue dogs for a long time. They have been in constant contact with the Neuse River Golden Retriever Center and also adopted two dogs. They named the dogs Leroy and Winchester.
Both the dogs are living their best lives with their loving owner in Raleigh, North Carolina. The couple had fostered many dogs and had generously loved all their pets. However, when Rosie, a Golden Retriever, arrived at her foster home, she was pregnant.
Now that was something special for the couple as the mama dog would require a lot of nourishment and care. However, the biggest challenge was the birth process and caring for the young ones for at least 8 weeks to be strong and healthy.
It was a huge responsibility, and John and Katie did an excellent job. The young puppies were born healthy, and the mama dog was also in perfect health. Rosie gave birth to 4 cow-colored puppies who looked completely different from their mother.
John and Katie named the puppies Daisy, Clarabelle, Betsy, and Moo. After a lot of research and DNA analysis, they found that the markings on the puppies were of an American Foxhound. Hence, John and Katie now knew who the daddy was.
However, Rosie did not find it strange that her young ones did not look like her and raised them well with the help of her family. The only trouble was that she did not produce enough milk to feed the pups. So, Katie and John had to help Rosie bottle-feed the young puppies.
This is amazing how much effort human foster parents put in to help their pets during the most crucial phase of their life. The adorable “cow puppies” have grown up, and all of them, including their mom, were adopted.