PHOENIX - A Valley shelter is doing all it can to save an injured dog and her new litter.
The Animals Benefit Club of Arizona rescued the dog named Trinity and her six puppies from Mesa.
The mother was hit by a car and her leg was seriously injured.
Workers say they can't fix Trinity's leg while she's nursing.
The shelter is taking donations to help with the cost of caring for Trinity and her family.
Click here to make a donation.
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