We share one of the strongest bonds with dogs out of all the animals. Aside from their unfailing loyalty, dogs also play an important role in the lives of humans. Both smart and playful, dogs truly are a blessing to people.
You need no reminding of the countless benefits dogs provide to people with disabilities, such as reducing stress, anxiety, and depression, easing loneliness, and promoting exercise and playfulness.
According to Will Rogers, “If there are no dogs in heaven, then I want to go where they went when I die.” Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England, a charity dedicated to training rescue dogs that can help people in the wild, posts a video of the dogs helping those in need in the wild.
The dog’s body literally knocked down the wall of snow while searching for buried people. In an exercise like this, the volunteer buried himself in the snow but was unable to get out because of the snow wall.
A 4-year-old rescue dog named Flo makes people’s hearts sing. She is also known for her love of cuddling.