Service dog delivers 8 puppies at Tampa airport

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Eleanor Rigby, a golden retriever service dog, went into labour as she prepared to board a flight at Tampa International Airport on Friday local time.

Tampa Fire Rescue arrived to help deliver the pups right in the middle of the terminal in front of Gate 80. "She was going up to people and saying hello".

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Ellie the service dog was accompanying a passenger en route to Philadelphia when her litter decided it was time to make its entrance into the world, reports Daily Mail.

With eight new babies, Ellie certainly has her hands - or paws - full.

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Diane Van Atter said her 2-year-old golden retriever, Ellie, went into labor unexpectedly as they were waiting to board a flight home to Philadelphia. Tampa International Airport wrote on its Facebook page.

The father to the little ones, named Nugget, was also traveling with the crew and was there for the birth. (Tampa Fire & Rescue/ Twitter) The adorable pups were all delivered safe and sound. Ellie then gave birth to one more boy, bringing the puppy total to seven boys and one girl.

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Another adult dog can also be seen near the proud mother giving birth.

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