Whoa, mama! Eight astounding dog litters
14 Springer Spaniels
11 Airedale Terriers
Seventeen-year-old Barney Pryor was just about to head off to school when he realized his Airedale Terrier, Gypsy, had started to give birth.
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Last time the family bred Gypsy, she had one puppy. This time, she gave birth to 11.
8 Border Collie Mixes
When Border Collie Mix Pebbles was taken into Blue Cross animal charity in July 2011, the staff discovered that the deaf and partially blind stray was expecting.
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Four weeks after being rescued, Pebbles gave birth to eight adorable, healthy puppies. The awesome pups were given awesome names. See if you can guess the theme: Dino, Bam Bam, Chip, Rubble, Fred, Wilma, Roxy and Betty.
24 Neapolitan Mastiffs
In November 2004, a Neapolitan Mastiff named Tia shattered the world record for largest dog litter when she gave birth to 24 puppies. No, that's not a typo.
Twenty-four puppies! For Tia's sake, a C-section was in order for such a large brood!
15 Irish Setters
Madyson the Irish Setter had some help raising her crew of 15 youngsters. Before the dog's owner even got a chance to clean the puppies, their other dog, Liliana the English Setter, started to lend a hand. How much would you love to have a live-in babysitter like Liliana?
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14 German Shepherds
Is it really a vacation if you have to stay home and care for 14 puppies? Natasha Clarke, of Australia, spent her school holiday watching over this bundle of white German Shepherd puppies.
17 Bulldog-Neapolitan Mastiff Mixes
Caring for 17 puppies is hard work. Fortunately, Neo the Neapolitan Mastiff looks like she's getting a well-deserved break! Someone better give this hardworking mama a serious Mother's Day present.
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