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Dozens Of Retrievers Stampede Rescuers Who Saved Them From A Meat Market

 Dozens Of Retrievers Stampede Rescuers Who Saved Them From A Meat Market

Imagine a deluge of adorable canines rushing towards you in complete excitement, looking for plenty of cuddles and attention. It's the stuff of dreams for the dog-lovers among us.

And that dream became a reality when a golden stampede of rescue retrievers filled a room, in what can only be described as the epitome of a cuteness overload.

Jill Groves and her team from the Golden Bond Rescue of Oregon have rescued 151 golden retrievers from meat markets and slaughterhouses.

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And showcasing their successful trip, they captured the moment 40 charming dogs stormed a room with the rescuers from overseas in the hope of human contact before they flew to the US.

Surrounding the volunteers, the pups can be seen running around the space and jumping up on the table, looking for attention from the rescuers as they enjoy their new lives.

Speaking about the overwhelming clip, Jill said: "At this particular shelter there were 151 goldens waiting to be flown to the USA.

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"When the shelter worker opened the door and all the dogs rushed, it was a bit intimidating. These are golden retrievers and they were all craving human contact and attention."

Jill explained that the pet pooches were found in an awful state when they were rescued in Beijing, China; and had a plethora of health issues due to being housed in cramped surroundings.

"The goldens in the video may look healthy but most of them had health issues that needed to be addressed once they arrived in the States," she added.

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"Anything from ear infections, UTI, skin infections, broken teeth or even anaemia."

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Thankfully, the canine companions arrived safely to the US to start their new lives and no doubt make a lot of families happy.

Isn't this just the cutest thing you've ever seen? Can we have a collective 'ahhh'?

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Topics: Life News, Real, Dogs

Lisa McLoughlin

Lisa is a freelance journalist working for Tyla and the team's token Dubliner. After graduating with a MA in PR and Digital Marketing from D.I.T., she worked for MailOnline, Sun Online, Irish Independent and broadcaster RTÉ. Got a story of interest or want advice on how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness? Then email her at [email protected]