Deputies Rescue 8 Abandoned Puppies 'Barely Clinging To Life' In 100-Degree Texas Heat

July 1, 2024

Today's good news story comes from Crowley, Texas.

Two deputies with the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office rescued eight abandoned puppies left in a crate in a field under the scorching Texas sun. The temperature soared to a blistering 100 degrees when a concerned good Samaritan spotted the helpless puppies and called for help.

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Haley Drew / Credit: Tarrant County Sheriff's Office

Deputies Collin Stephenson and Haley Drew swiftly responded to the call, arriving at the scene to find the six-week-old shepherd mix puppies without water or shade.

"I don't know how long they were out. I'm guessing a day or two," Stephenson remarked.

"There were just a bunch of puppies with no water in a field," added Drew, emphasizing the urgency of their rescue.

Moved by the plight of the puppies, Deputy Stephenson decided to adopt one of the little ones himself. The remaining puppies were taken to the Chuck & Brenda Silcox Animal Care & Adoption Center, where they received the care and attention they needed.

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Credit: Dawn White / CBS News Texas

In a joyful update, the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office announced on Facebook that all the puppies have since been adopted into loving homes.

"All puppies have found placements! Thank you to everyone playing in a crucial role in finding these puppies a safe, loving environment," officials with the sheriff's office wrote online.

Watch the local news video below.


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