People share heartwarming stories about their service dogs
With special training, these dogs help mitigate a variety of disabilities including depression, anxiety, PTSD, epilepsy and impaired sight. They're trained to respond to seizure, low blood sugar and psychiatric disability alerts. They can retrieve objects for their people, open and close doors and even turn light switches on and off.
Not only do these dogs dedicate their lives to helping others, they also provide love and companionship to their people. These dogs don't just save lives, they make people's lives better and more fulfilling. That's why several people with service dogs took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to share heartwarming stories about their beloved pooches.
They're always looking out for their people:
They save lives on a daily basis:
They provide love and support to those who need it most:
Their extensive training makes them the most trusted companions:
Their life-saving skills are pretty incredible:
They deserve all the praise and hype:
Love knows no boundaries:
They understand true friendship more than anyone:
They set the bar high for the rest of us:
In addition to service, the spread love and happiness:
And they help people realize they're not alone:
They make even the most troublesome problems seem a bit more bearable:
They truly are a person's best friend:
For more service dog stories, check out Whisper.
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