A girl from Kentucky has a service dog. Her doggo just made it to their school yearbook and it was to honor the doggo for doing a great job in its person’s life.
– A seven year old goes to St. Patrick Catholic School.
– The girl suffers from epilepsy.
– She has a service doggo and that doggo made it to the school’s…
The dog owner studies at St. Patrick Catholic School. The dog owner is actually a kindergartener named Hadley Jo Lange. The seven-year-old was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was just 16 months old and her service doggo, Ariel, has been trained to be a seizure dog for her. The mother of Lange said that the realization about getting a service dog came to them one day when a German Shepherd tried to pull their daughter to the floor. The dog detected the seizure even before it was to take place and the dog tried to get Lange to safety so that she doesn’t fall or get injuries once she suffers from seizure.
Regarding the doggo being on the yearbook, the mom shared, “We are beyond blessed to attend a school that is truly inclusive and accepting of others that may not look like everyone else. It means the world to see your child’s happiness and acceptance. It means the world to see your child have a home and ‘a family’ at her school that love her like we do.”
Read the heartwarming story by Bob D’Angelo at – https://www.actionnewsjax.com/