Puppies Pile Up In The Back Of The Car After Their First Vet Appointment

Individual puppies are irresistible. But a collective of puppies hanging out in the trunk of a car makes for an even more adorable scene. That is what everyone wants, right? 

In one video, a bunch of fluffy little puppies are being placed in the back of a car after they all made it through their first vet check-up. The litter of thirteen were at the doctor’s in order to get their vaccines, have heart checks, and get overall health evaluations done. Fortunately for all of them, they all got a clean bill of health. This means that they’ll soon be able to go off to their forever homes, which have been carefully selected for them by the breeders raising them. 

These little pups all happen to be the babies of Stella, a Bernese mountain dog. Their dad is a Maremma named Dexter. Both dogs are beautiful breeds as well as great tempered dogs, meaning the litter of puppies are also quite gentle in nature. The litter began their life out in the countryside close to Peterborough, Ontario where they had the run of the fields and woodland areas with a beautiful creek that they could play in. And soon they’ll be going off to new lives. They have some exciting times ahead of them.

Watch the cuteness of all the puppies in the video below:

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