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

“As she was training to become a service dog, I noticed that she was starting to recognize the change in my heartbeat and was acting in a fun way – for example, breaking my leg. , try to get my attention, control me, etc.


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Darcy answered Ruby’s signals and went to see the doctor. There, she learned about health problems she had no idea before, including rare heart disease, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Ruby detected something that was wrong with Darcy’s heart before she could

This kind of work would become the main focus of Ruby. She continued to train as a service dog.

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Darcy’s condition makes her faint and Ruby always knows what to do if it happens.

“When I faint, she gets on top of me and puts all her pressure on me and licks my hands and face until I come.

Ruby even received a new vest updated to explain her actions if her mother fainted.

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Ruby is really good at detecting problems before they happen.

About a week ago, she started alerting her mother but Darcy was feeling well and did not know why. Confident fully in Ruby, she still decided to call an ambulance. It was the right choice.

“It turned out that my heart had atrial fibrillation. By the time the paramedics arrived, I was in pain and barely

conscious.

 

 


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As she made her way to the hospital, Darcy realized that her best friend had saved her life.

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While at Darcy’s hospital, Ruby insisted on being at his side at all times. Her skills as a therapy dog ​​really played a decisive role when she sat in her mother’s hospital bed, making sure she knew she was there.

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It’s more than just a working relationship. It’s love, and it’s incredibly strong.

“I would not be alive without her.”

I think after hearing the story of Shauna Darcy and Ruby, it’s hard to doubt the importance of a service dog.

And of course, the feeling is reciprocal. When Ruby does not do her job, she likes to play and snuggle with her mother like any other dog. She is just multi-talented!

 

 

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