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Greyhound Undergoes C-Section At Vet — Meet Her Adorable Puppies!

A vet taking care of a greyhound puppy in a towel.

Have you ever seen greyhound puppies? Well, thanks to Cross Lanes Veterinary Hospital, you’re in for a heaping dose of cute! One of their patients needed a C-section, and it was all hands on deck during the procedure. When this greyhound’s tiny puppies were finally delivered, the hospital decided to share an adorable video of the newborns on social media!

This beautiful clip shows vets cleaning and caring for the little pups just after birth. It also captures a few other sweet moments, such as the greyhound puppies feeding from their mom. There are even some close-ups of these newborns’ teeny faces and paws. You won’t believe your eyes when you see just how small they were after birth!

Commenters were head-over-heels for these greyhound puppies. However, many pointed out how funny it is to see these typically long-nosed, wiry pooches as babies. These pups were so small, it’s hard to imagine how tall they’ll be when they grow up!

“I always want to cry thinking about what my greyhound looked like as a puppy,” wrote one user. “Sweetest little babies ever and then they get pointy real fast.”

“LITTLE STUMPY PUPPIES!!!!!!!” said another. “My family has two adult greyhounds so it’s so cool how they go from potatoes to sticks.”

So, what do greyhound puppies look like as they begin to grow? One dog owner decided to share some then and now footage of their pooch. As you can see in the clips, this older greyhound puppy looks less like a little nugget and more like a small adult. Although the dog’s body is not fully formed at the beginning of the video, you can see the nose and legs starting to get longer.

Well, one thing’s for sure. Greyhound puppies certainly change a lot as they grow, but they don’t get any less adorable!

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