What does your dog mean to you? Others may think of their dogs as family members, but to this three years old boy with autism, his dachshund is not only a family member but a close friend. Jordan Carlson’s dachshund went missing for days and this caused him devastation.
He reverted back to his old behaviors and often hits himself. You will never expect Jordan to have autism. He looks like a normal child and his dog “Dora” was the only faithful friend he had.
He is non-communicative so his dog was a source of comfort and companionship. After the dog went missing, Jordan would often look out the window waiting for his dog to come back. His beloved dachshund should be returned.
Dora seemingly vanished after just a few minutes outside for a routine bathroom break.
“When we got home to let her outside to go to the bathroom and she never came back,” Anderson said.
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The timing couldn’t have been worse as the family moved from Anchorage to Palmer over the weekend.While she wasn’t officially trained as a service dog, Natasha said the soothing effects the dachshund had on her son are slowly wearing away.
“He’s gotten into hitting himself again,” Anderson said.
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