Sometimes, we underestimate the ability of our furry friend. Since they always act cute and look straight into our souls with their puppy eyes, we forget what they are capable of doing.
You might not believe this but dogs are pretty much able to do so many things like water rescue, police work, medical alert dog, therapy dog, detection work, and whatnot. It’s like these cute angels wrapped in fur can do a lot more things than most of the humans (actually). Even if dogs are not necessarily in some kind of department, they still come to our rescue in so many different ways.
To amaze you with the intelligence and resourcefulness of dogs, we have found a few interesting stories of dogs being simply best at whatever they do.
Keep scrolling and let their cuteness melt your heart.
“I was laughing, and my dog thought I desperately needed my emergency inhaler, so he brought it to me.”
“This is Benny. He was a therapy dog at our middle school. He has retired because of his health.”
“I decided that the whole world should know about this wonderful dog.”
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“This is Bill. Yesterday he had his first day of training to become my medical alert dog. He’s going to be the first dog to help people with my illness in Australia.”
“He is wearing an assistance dog coat. This is our first time visiting a shopping center together.”
This retired good boy, Harley, just wants to go back to work.
This is Elvis. He has a very rare job — he detects polar bear pregnancy by smell.
Elvis can detect pregnancy in polar bear poop with up to 97% accuracy.
This girl is taking a break from a long day of leading a team of 10 dogs (and humans) in a sled ride.
“My dog comes to work every day. Officially, his title is “Chief Morale Officer.”
“But mostly, he is a ‘Professional Napper’ in his bed under my desk.”
This is Georgia. She helps people with PTSD. Right now, she’s getting ready to give birth to some beautiful future service dogs.
This is a retirement party for explosive detection dogs. The 2 dogs in the middle are retiring, and the dogs on the sides will replace them.
“This is Bonzo, a former sled dog. He has run more than 10,000 miles. This is him on his last sled run a year ago.”
“My mom has Parkinson’s disease. Our pitbull always rests his head on whatever part of her body has tremors the worst. Nobody taught him to do that.”
“Last night, he put his chin on her feet and was lying like this until she fell asleep.”