A girl named Shauna Darcy suffers from panic attacks. She needed a service dog, so she soon got herself an adorable pet named Ruby.
The baby turned out to be incredibly smart, and immediately understood what kind of help her new mom needed.
It soon became clear that the dog would do anything to help the girl!
While Pit Bull Ruby was training to become an excellent service dog for Shauna, she began to notice that her pet was reacting strangely to changes in her heart rate.
The baby came up to Shauna and gently touched her with her paw or tried to climb onto it.
The girl did not ignore the dog’s behavior, so she went to the doctor, who also identified those health problems that she did not know about before.
It turns out that Shauna had a rare heart disease…
But Ruby found out that something was wrong with the owner even before the examination!
The attention of the service dog immediately switched to the girl’s health.
Now the pet monitors the owner’s heart rate and blood pressure on a daily basis.
In addition, Ruby helps her during her panic attacks and even brings medication when needed.
The dog can carry food, pick up the fallen thing and calm the girl.
Ruby owns the so-called deep pressure therapy.
When Shauna loses consciousness, the dog immediately runs up to her and lies down or sits on top, acting on the girl with his weight and licking her hands and face.
Thus, it is possible to equalize the pressure and help her to wake up!
Shauna felt great last week, but Ruby was somehow worried. Accustomed to trusting her dog, the girl immediately called an ambulance.
And she did it just in time, because she was starting to have atrial fibrillation!
By the time the doctors arrived, she was already suffering from pain and was in a semi-conscious state. If not for Ruby, the medics would never have made it on time!
Even when Shauna was in the hospital, the dog refused to leave the owner.
Ruby lay next to the girl in a hospital bed, hoping that her human mother would feel warm and know that she was not alone.
Shauna is infinitely grateful for her dog’s care. “Without her, I would not have survived!” – says the girl.