MENANDS, N.Y. - The female "U-Haul dog" found pregnant and malnourished in the back of the freezing-cold truck was adopted Friday along with two of her puppies.
Reese and Porshe and their mother, Chanel, are healthy and ready for adoption at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society on Friday after spending two months in foster homes.
Chanel was one of four adult dogs discovered in the back of the truck in below-freezing temperatures. Anthony Walker, who rented the truck, was arrested in January and was the same man arrested in connection to the "Railroad Puppies" cruelty case.
Brad Shear, with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society says the dogs were in danger of possibly dying when they got taken out of the freezing cold U-Haul.
Chanel is the last of the four dogs to be adopted. The other three - Neve, Gavin, and Archer - were put up for adoption in February.
Chanel gave birth to three pit bull-mix puppies soon after arriving at the Humane Society. One puppy, a female named Amelia, is already getting adopted directly from her foster home. The other two puppies, Reese and Porshe (both female), are now looking for their homes. All three are described as friendly, outgoing, and playful.
It's believed that the puppies are siblings of Hudson and Pearl, who became famous as the "Railroad Puppies" after being found on railroad tracks in Albany last fall.
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