Not even a hit-and-run could stop HOPE
Service dogs are making their way through the support and help world. If there is a person who needs special help for everyday activities, maybe a well-trained service dog will be the best option.
You´ll see and read about unbelievable stories everyday. But have you heard of a service dog who despite her limitations is an outstanding aid for people and specially for children?
This Hero is HOPE. That’s her name and that´s what she gives all the patients who are lucky enough to have her as a Therapy Dog. Just another example of a dog´s capability to love.
A year-and-a-half ago, Hope the Goldendoodle was struck by a hit-and-run driver. Veterinarians weren’t sure if the pup would survive and had to amputate one of her legs.
Miraculously, Hope made it through and healed. Now walking around on three legs, this amazing dog helps those with autism and visits patients at local hospitals in her hometown in Arizona.
Recently, this dedicated service dog met with an autistic boy named Lucius. During their first session, Lucius struggled to talk and could only speak a few words. Today, he can speak complete phrases.
See Hopes’s complete Resume. It starts on minute 0:36. Share with friends who like Therapy dogs.