A Pitbull Hid Her Newborns Behind A Tree, And The Whole Neighborhood Helped In The Rescue

Channing Tatum introduced this special dog family on TV. Here's their story.

The country met her during "Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular" Thanksgiving night 2014. Watch her story.

Josh Duhamel, Jane Lynch, Pink, Scarlett Johansson, Fergie, Channing Tatum, and tons more celebs presented awards during the dog rescue special. The categories were cutest puppy, funniest pooch, most talented dog, top viral video, and best celebrity/dog lookalike.

Channing Tatum introduced Lexus and her family.

Here's what Lexus and all her pups look like now.

Cooper's a showstopper.

Prius stole hearts with those eyes.

Mercedes sure knows how to strike a pose.

Beamer, who taught you how to walk the runway?

Here's the happy family. They're getting big and look ready for their new homes.

Here's Lexus and her family on the "Dog Spectacular" show. They were carried out by the rescuers at Hope for Paws: Eldad Hagar, Lisa Arturo, and JoAnn Wiltz.

For anyone who wants a dog, please adopt from a shelter or rescue group. These beautiful dogs are waiting for their forever home.

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