Published: Tue, May 29, 2018
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Service dog gives birth to puppies at Florida airport

Service dog gives birth to puppies at Florida airport

Tampa Fire Rescue documented the exciting moment, posting pictures and video on Twitter.

It was hard to control the father of the puppies during the delivery.

Eleanor Rigby - nicknamed Ellie for short - was all set to board her flight to Philadelphia at Tampa International Airport when it became clear that a more pressing matter was underway. "We're a full-service department!"

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The 2-year-old dog gave birth to seven male puppies and one female puppy, according to Tampa Fire Rescue.

Down on the ground right next to seating at one of the gates, the miracle of life unfolded before everyone's eyes.

"The unusual scene drew quite a crowd outside of the Gasparilla Bar at TIA's Airside F. Officers, airport employees, and passengers all paused to watch the pups" arrival.

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The pair knew two-year-old Eleanor was pregnant and their other dog, Nugget, was the father, but did not realise she was ready to give birth until the puppies arrived.

"Tampa paramedics do it all! Paramedics Larry Glanton and Lt Natalie Brown teamed up to deliver the eight puppies". Congratulations to Ellie, Nugget and their family!

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