National Geographic Explorers Find and Save An Abandoned Puppy on an Expedition

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When National Geographic Explorers were on an expedition, they found a very cute puppy. They found this darling puppy when they were in the middle of the desert. They decided that he must be hungry and thirsty, so they fed him food and water and they named him Sufferpup. They made a bed for this darling dog in their empty beer box on their expedition, and the dog followed them around for the duration of their trip. It was a really cute moment for all of them.

This lovely little dog finished out the expedition with these men, and then he was adopted by a very loving family in Colorado. In fact, his new family is so good that they let their rescuers come and visit him from time to time and see how he’s doing since they are the men who saved his life. Sufferpup loves them, and he looks forward to their visits and the time that they get to spend together. It makes for a fun story, considering this dog got to experience a great adventure when he was lost and abandoned in the middle of nowhere before he was finally able to find his own forever home.

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