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Photo courtesy / Dino Buege Oscar Velazquez, volunteer, bottle-feeds one of the nine puppies whose owner attempted to bury the litter alive in western North Dakota. The puppies were brought to an office in Rogers, Minn., fed and transported to three different rescue groups.

Nine puppies getting help from volunteers after escaping death

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By Kari Lucin / Jamestown Sun

The nine puppies who narrowly escaped being buried alive Saturday morning are in good hands now, thanks to the combined efforts of multiple rescue groups, volunteer bottle-feeders and a welcoming beagle family.

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“They seem to be strong and they’re eating well, and the ones that were brought up by the other rescues are doing well as well,” said Sarah Page, a rescue coordinator with Happy Tails in Maple Grove, Minn.

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