Guys On A Road Trip Become Heroes After Rescuing Abandoned Puppies

Brothers Briggs LocHaven and Chris Vanness, they saw two puppies running across a remote highway between Arizona and Colorado.

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The two pups were left mercilessly to fend for themselves in a dangerous area where death was very probable. If it wasn’t for the brothers Briggs LocHaven and Chris Vanness they would most likely have died. The two rescued the puppies who were dehydrated, and hungry. They were still friendly even after all they endured. The puppies jumped in the car without a second thought, refusing to be let alone again.

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The two guys documented the puppies over the next few days, as well as feeding them and giving them water regularly. The dogs were incredibly friendly giving the brothers kisses. The puppies were given to the brother’s friend a frequent dog rescuer. The puppies now have a new home with a loving family. It’s worth noting that approximately 7.6 million animals enter shelters nationwide every year of those 7.6 million 3.9 million are dogs and 3.4 million are cats. Approximately 2.7 million animals are euthanized. Of those 2.7 million, 1.2 million are dogs and 1.4 million are cats.

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It’s a harsh world that we live in where everyday animals are treated the way they are. Unfortunately, it’s not only animals; children are also abandoned every year. Many people take on responsibilities that they aren’t ready for and then just abandoning them. It’s also unfortunate that the people that did it to them will never be apprehended. There are also not many laws to protect animals and serious offenders don’t even face serious consequences. It’s not right and there is not much to be done to change it anytime soon but that doesn’t mean we should stop fighting to protect animals no matter what kind.

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Look into what you can do to help save an animal, a big one is adopting an animal instead of buying a puppy. If you don’t want your animals to reproduce then neuter them to avoid it all together. It’s up to us all to ensure that we make this world a better place for everyone.