It’s true-blue that our babies can help drawing a bit of exultation into our lives when times get tough, but it’s often forgotten that animals can also help keep those with disabilities safe and secure.
While most people with physical disabilities look to guaranteed service animals to facilitate get them through the working day, Beth Deever turned to Best Friends Animal Society’s Pet Adoption Center to help provide a salvage hound a dwelling while also borrowing a pet that can help her daughter, Rebecca, out.
When Rebecca firstly met 9-month-old poodle mixture Spencer, there was no revoking there was an instant connection. Spencer laid down on Rebecca’s lap almost immediately and they virtually fell in love.
“The first time I read Spencer, I liked him because he came here with me. He liked to be close to me. He wanted to be with me, and I desire him. He’s a neat puppy and he adoration me back, ” Rebecca commented about her first interactions with Spencer.
Since Spencer’s adoption, Rebecca’s mother has noted that the dog has been almost a saving grace for her daughter.