A doggo and its owner are making their rounds to different schools in Ireland in an effort to make children happy amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The doggo’s story is likewise inspiring.
– A dog was left for dead in China after it was attacked by another dog.
– The new dog owner heard about it and paid for the transfer of the dog from China to Ireland.
– Now, the dog is given the task to be an emotional support dog to children at Ireland schools.
According to the dog owner, the doggo named Henry Wee Wheels, is permanently paralyzed with regard to its two hind legs. The dog was from China and was attacked by another dog causing the paralysis. The former dog owners just left the dog to die but when the new dog owner Sharon Warnock, knew of the dog’s condition, she paid for the dog’s transfer to Ireland. The dog was given medical attention and later a customized wheelchair was made so the dog could continue living its life to the fullest.
The dog was recently made as an emotional support dog for kids in the Co Armagh area in Northern Ireland. One of the principals of the schools that Henry visits said, “The children see Henry as a trusted friend, as a confidante. Children will give information to him that they wouldn’t necessarily give to another adult within the school or even to other children, in the worry that may be children would go and tell others.
Read the inspirational story by Jack Beresford at – https://www.irishpost.com/