For a stray dog that once protected her from an attack, a British woman traveled to Greece.
The animal has since moved into a new home, where she was successful in giving birth to six puppies.
Georgia Bradley once went on vacation to the Greek island of Crete.
Also, a stray dog protected her from a horrible encounter. Bradley escorted the dog to her permanent home as a gesture of gratitude to the animal.
Two males approached a 25-year-old Plymouth student on a remote beach.
As she declined their offer of a drink, one of the men grabbed her hand.
The folks instantly ran away as the dog sprang up and screamed at them. Georgia claims that the dog rescued her since it alerted her to a problem.
The girl brought the dog with her to her home.
The dog followed Bradley as she drove to the airport and constantly pursued the vehicle. It was a tragic sight to see.
Bradley traveled 6,000 miles back to Greece two weeks later to bring the dog home.
Her given name was Pepper. Before she could transport the animal outside of the country, she needed to take it to the vet to receive the required shots and secure the necessary paperwork.
Before being permitted to fly to the UK, Pepper was placed in quarantine for 21 days.
Georgia and her pet flew back to Cornwall when she was pregnant and gave birth to six gorgeous puppies.
While Bradley described the journey as wild, the kid is ecstatic that Pepper relocated, as she is in seventh heaven.