Mrs. Riddle lost her husband and fell seriously ill.
Some time later, on the anniversary of her husband’s death, her dog died. The woman could not recover from the blow and finally fell ill.
Riddle was cared for by a young nurse. She became attached to the old woman and worried about her.
And then the girl said that her boyfriend has a dog, Jade, who could please the patient. The girl offered to bring her to visit. Riddle agreed.
The first acquaintance of the dog and the patient went well. The girl noticed that her ward perked up, cheered up.
On this day, the woman laughed, which she had not done for a long time. It was clear that dog therapy would benefit the lady.
Charming Jade is a cross between a Shiba Inu and a Mini Aussie. She is active and needs constant movement and human attention. Her owner Heath goes to work during the day, so regular visits to Mrs. Riddle have become an important part of the dog’s life.
Mrs. Riddle just loves the dog. She buys her treats and fills her with lots of toys.
The dog gave the woman back the desire and strength to live. Riddle had the strength to fight the disease, she even got a little younger.
Dog owner Heath is pleased that therapy with his tailed pet has yielded results.
He has never met Ms. Riddle, but feels a friendly bond with her. And the dog always reacts very enthusiastically to the phrase: “Let’s go to Mrs. Riddle?”. She starts jumping and barking happily.