Scott Stevens

By Scott Stevens

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Watch This Dog Gently Place Her 11 Pups In Her Foster Mom’s Lap.

Stevoni Doyle is one of those special people that is a foster mom to dogs in need. She takes in hundreds of dogs to help them get through whatever situation they are facing at the time.

Grayce had been neglected in a previous home and she was placed with Doyle as she was about to have puppies. She ended up having 11 pups, ten males and a female. When they were born she showed a trust in Doyle that is rarely shown by a dog.

Maybe she needed a little bit of help with all of the new pups or maybe she just wanted them to have a little extra love. Either way, Grayce did the extreme rarity by picking up each and every one of her pups and placing them in Doyle’s lap. Dogs are usually very protective over their youngsters and don’t let many near them. Not only did Grayce let Doyle near them, she brought them to her and placed them right into her lap. That’s a level of trust that we don’t see very often by dogs.

Families in Utah will be able to adopt the puppies in about two months. Interested parties can look up Rescue Rovers and file their applications. Look at the video just below this and you'll want to get in line to take one home!

Stevoni Doyle takes in hundreds of dogs as a foster mom. This dog named Grayce immediately trusted her with her eleven new born pups. It's not something that you see happen every day and you can see in the above video that it can be a messy trust that's given!

Stevoni Doyle takes in hundreds of dogs as a foster mom. This dog named Grayce immediately trusted her with her eleven new born pups. It's not something that you see happen every day and you can see in the above video that it can be a messy trust that's given!

Stevoni Wells Doyle / Facebook

It's an amazing trust that Grayce has put in Stevoni. Dogs are usually very protective of their pups and don't let many near them.

In about two months, the pups will be able to be adopted through Rescue Rovers in Utah. They will only be available to families in Utah though.

In about two months, the pups will be able to be adopted through Rescue Rovers in Utah. They will only be available to families in Utah though.

Stevoni Wells Doyle / Facebook

Sources: Arin Greenwood, TheDodo

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