Fortunately, because she was so hungry, a nice bowl of food placed in a plastic crate was all the temptation that she needed to enter, and then we put the 5 surviving pups in with her, and found 2 deceased pups laying there as well.
Polly and I rejoiced as we traveled back knowing that the trip paid off. Now Nodin and her little litter of 5 would be tucked in dry and warm surroundings with all the food and water she needs to support the production of the milk critical to the pups survival. The pictures were taken once she arrived at the shelter with nice dry straw and fleece blankets provided by Susan.
Thank you all for supporting Red Lake Rosie's and enabling us to make these life saving rescues!