A British woman came to Greece for a stray dog that once saved her from an attack.
Now the animal lives in a new house, where she managed to give birth to six puppies.
Once, Georgia Bradley was vacationing on the island of Crete in Greece.
And a stray dog saved her from a terrible meeting. To say thank you to the animal, Bradley took the dog to her home forever.
On a secluded beach, a 25-year-old student from Plymouth was approached by two men.
They offered her a drink, but when she refused, one of the men grabbed her hand.
The dog jumped up and roared at the people, who immediately fled.
According to Georgia, the dog saved her, as she noticed that something was wrong.
The dog accompanied the girl to her place of residence.
When Bradley drove to the airport, the dog accompanied her and ran after the car all the time. It was a heartbreaking sight.
Two weeks later, Bradley returned to Greece on a 6,000-mile journey to take the dog home.
She named her Pepper. First, she had to give the pet to the veterinarian in order to deliver the necessary vaccinations and obtain documents, without which it was impossible to take the animal out of the country.
Pepper spent 21 days in quarantine before being allowed to travel to the UK.
By the time she was pregnant and gave birth to six adorable puppies, Georgia and her pet flew home to Cornwall.
Bradley said that it was a crazy trip, but the girl is in seventh heaven with happiness, since Pepper has successfully moved.