Dogs are great to human in so many different ways. You know when you meet the right dog, literally he can bring so much joy, fun and be your best friend from day one.
Dogs’ unconditional love and loyalty make them perfect being to be trained as service dogs to help individual who requires different type of support, like: psychiatric service dog, emotional support dogs, therapy dogs, guide dog for the blind, hearing dogs, mobility assistance dogs, wheelchair assistance and stability dogs, the list of services dogs can be trained on is long and these four-legged animals are just wonderfully amazing, and great to work with.
Service dogs come in all breeds and sizes. Helping individuals along with all sorts of various problems all over the world. They provide complete, absolute, wholehearted love and support in many situations, comforting individuals who suffer both mentally and physically and providing them with peace they need to be able to get through whatever they could be facing. Dogs truly are man’s best friends.
A story of George the Great Dane mobility service dog, who has given young Bella, an 11-year-old girl who was suffered from Morquio Syndrome a new life perspective. Their incredible partnership has shown to us that, a well-trained service dog has such an amazing ability to give mental and physical support to their handler. In Bella’s case, who was once thought her life will be confined to crutches or in a wheelchair, has all changed since George come into her life. George has given her newfound strength, hope and spirit in herself that not only she is walking, but she can also even climb stairs and ride a bike!
From this story, we learned that there is so many good quality in Great Dane that they are suited to be trained as a mobility service dog.
Great Danes are generally affectionate, love people and protective in nature. They have the strength and the build to give balance support and dependability for people who have mobility issue. They are often known as the gentle giant, large and noble. These dogs have the stamina and capacity to perform the physical task and provide the handlers with physical and emotional support.
George, the Great Dane has such a remarkable impact in Bella’s life, her life-changing story was shared all over the country, which has inspired and warmed so many people’s heart.
George was rewarded the Dog’s Best Day honouree and BarkPost has treated him with a day full of special celebration along with other amazing participants, who have all joined in to spoil him for he is a quiet canine hero who deserved to be recognized.
Thanks to Barkpost for sharing this video