When you save a dog, you never know if in the end you might save yourself.

The dog of an unusual shelter

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners
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When most people adopt a rescue dog, they are looking for friendship from their new hairy friends. These people get it and the second chance of life, thanks to the dog where their shelters are. If you consider adding new four -legged friends to your family

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Found on a highway, his family would not be alive without him

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

When Angela Fullmer and her husband, Isaac, saw a dog roaming the highway in 2015, they knew they had to save her from homeless. Of course, they never dreamed one day he saved them from losing more. But that’s what happened a year and a half later when Capone, a mixture of miniature Pinscher, Chihuahua, and Whippet, told Angela about the fire that had begun in her kitchen. Thank you to Capone, Angela and the ninth of his successful children (Isaac was traveling at that time). This is not the only one when the dog has saved the life of its owner

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He saved the owner from the attack

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

“He’s a good child. I think he saved my life,” Maya Fairweather, told The New York Post from Apollo, a Pit Bull puppy who was “fearful” 5 months old who saved him from the attack of violence a few years ago when he was when he was when he was Only 18 years old. He had a walking Apollo, who had been saved by his girlfriend, one night in Brooklyn when a strange man grabbed the headphone and pushed him to the ground. But Apollo immediately understood what was happening and bit the Fairweather striker at the leg – loudly, on In fact, so it takes a little struggle for the attacker to get rid of the dog. Like Apollo

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Hero of house invasion

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

Another winning score for Pit Bull Rescue puppy. Dogster reported that was none other than a pit bull named Dboy who saved Roberta Trawick from the house invasion – on the weapons – in the city of Oklahoma. “Some people consider pit bull as dangerous animals but there is nothing more wrong in the case of this pit bull,” Dogster said. Talking about Pit Bulls

How Axel The Akita Mix stores Grandma Great

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

Last year, a rescue dog named Axel rescued a great -grandfather who lived in Manchester, England from the house invasion. Joyce Ackerly, who was eighty-six years old, had saved a mixture of shepherds four years earlier, and obviously Axel knew where her loyalty was: she really “pounced” on the robber, bit her, and chased her on the road. Ackerly told the BBC that Axel was his “hero” and he had “saved my life.”

Small but fierce, Mix Yorkie saved its owner from a coma of diabetes

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

As reported by Fox 10 in Phoenix, a man named Michael has his rescue puppies, Jazzy, to thank him for saving his life when he fell into the diabetes coma. In 2018, Michael was at home when his blood sugar levels dropped very low. Jazzy who was endlessly barking that told Michael’s mother, Christine, about the fact that something was wrong, but Jazzy did more than just barking. When Christine found Michael, Jazzy was sitting on her chest, trying to revive her (which consisted of digging her feet to her chest and crashed into her face in … Awww).

But the other pit bull saved the day

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

Recently, Sadie, a pit bull weighing 60 pounds, came out of his house in Tuckahoe, New York to get help when he smelled (or felt) gas leakage. Police officers found Sadie around the road, barking and barking. Obviously Sadie was not an escape but tried to convey a message. It is unclear what might happen if Sadie did not get help, but the police in Tuckahoe and the owner of Sadie were grateful for Sadie’s willingness to help – and ingenuity in finding ways to get out of his house to do it.

An elderly rescue dog risks his life to save his people from bears

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

Shelby is a mixture of a 13-year-old shepherd and retriever who lives with Louise Robillard and Andy Chyc, who adopted Shelby to help protect their 35 acre properties at Sault Saint-Marie Ontario from small predators such as foxes and coyote. In 2018, Shelby took a much bigger enemy in the form of an angry momma bear. Robillard has walked Shelby along the path when he sees three black bear children. Apparently, Momma Bear believes Robillard is a threat to her cubs and comes to sue. Shelby really against the bear. He was seriously injured but alive and after four months of treatment, once again healthy.

This dog sniffs the owner’s ovarian cancer

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

Something that makes ovarian cancer so dangerous is that it is often not diagnosed until it spreads to other organs. But try to say that to the rescue puppies who insist on saving the lives of their people. Hazel Macdonnell has noticed Bob, a border of Collie, apparently not kind in December 2015. But apparently not Bob’s health that was feared by Bob. When Bob finally started jumping and hitting Macdonnell’s stomach, he received a message and ordered an appointment with his internist, which eventually made an appointment for the diagnosis of the Stadium Ovarian Cancer at the beginning of three months later.

This dog saved its owner from a heart attack

10 shelter dogs that saved the lives of their owners

In the story of other pit-bull-saves owners, Roxy The Pit Bull saved his person from a heart attack and on the right time. Adam Bavario, 46, has experienced chest pain since the 30s, but the doctor did not consider it seriously. However, Roxy did it. In February, when Bavario passed out due to chest pain, Roxy continued to lick and push Bavario until he woke up. Bavario immediately called an ambulance. The doctor said there was no doubt that if Roxy did not revive Bavario, Bavario would not be here today. Important for the owner, too,

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