Puppies thrown over side of Logan County bridge to start lives with new families soon

Puppies thrown over a Logan County Bridge in July will soon begin their new lives with new families in a sealed plastic container. One puppy died, the remaining seven survived and were taken to the Bella SPCA in Guthrie. On Tuesday officials from the Bella SPCA gave an update on the surviving pups, dubbed the “Lucky Seven”. They said that six of the pups are at the Bella SPCA Nonprofit Veterinary Hospital and are getting a lot of attention while waiting for their appointment to be spayed / neutered so they can start their new lives with a new family and setbacks on their recovery path. Bella SPCA officials said a puppy named Happy was given parvo and had to be amputated because of the fall of one of her legs. Related video above: Puppies recovering after being thrown over the Logan County Bridge They said they did anything for Happy, but their injury was too big. Even so, they said she was a happy puppy and once her surgeries and recovery are complete, she will move to a family that is already waiting for her. Lucky Seven will always get the care they need, ”posted Bella SPCA officials Facebook.

Puppies littered over a Logan County Bridge in July can soon start their new lives with new families.

About a month ago someone found eight 5 week old puppies thrown over a bridge in a sealed plastic container. One puppy died, the remaining seven survived and were taken to the Bella SPCA in Guthrie.

On Tuesday officials from the Bella SPCA gave an update on the surviving pups, dubbed the “Lucky Seven”. They said that six of the pups are at Bella SPCA Nonprofit Veterinary Hospital and are getting a lot of attention while waiting for their appointment to be spayed / neutered so they can start their new lives with a new family.

However, one of the pups experienced some setbacks on its way to recovery. Bella SPCA officials said a puppy named Happy was given parvo and had to be amputated because of the fall of one of her legs.

Similar video above: Puppies recovering after being thrown over the Logan County Bridge

They said they did anything for Happy, but their injury was too bad. Even so, they said she was a happy puppy and when her surgeries are complete and her recovery is complete, she will go to a family that is already waiting for her.

“Thank you for making this amazing journey possible and making sure puppies like the Lucky Seven always get the care they need,” wrote Bella SPCA officials on Facebook.

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