The morning after their rescue, the dogs went for a stroll outside. “This was their first walk as free dogs, and they really enjoyed exploring and smelling new scents,” Guo said.
After that, they went to the vet for a check-up, and then went into foster care, where they were showered with love.
“They were wary at first, and still in the early stages of learning things, like how to trust humans, walk on leashes, and believe that they would have food to eat when they were hungry,” Guo said. “We saw a lot of changes in the first two weeks.”