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Loyal Service [Dog ] Refuses To Leave Mom’s Hospital Room After Saving Her Life

The service dog concept can be confusing for those who do not have one. Sometimes you really need to see these puppies in action to understand how much they are needed and important.


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Take Ruby for example. Ruby is a gray and white Australian Pit Bull / Staffy who is also an exceptional service dog.

She started training as a therapy dog ​​in 2017, two years after adopting her mother, Shauna Darcy.

Ruby’s initial tasks were to help Darcy overcome anxiety, depression, and agoraphobia. It turns out that she had some other tricks in her metaphorical heats.

Darcy told Dodo how Ruby had begun to understand the changes in her heartbeat and to alert her.

“As she was training to become a service dog, I noticed that she was beginning to recognize changes in my heartbeat and was acting in a fun way – for example, breaking my mouth, try to catch my attention, control me, etc.OPEN NEXT page To see More

 


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