They give love and don’t expect anything in return.
Jade is a 1.5 year old Australian Shepherd and Shiba Inu mix weighing 35 pounds. She is a service dog, this is because her owner, Heath, has a fiancée who runs a home healthcare facility.
So Jade met Ms. Riddle, who was receiving mental health treatment at the wellness center; she used to have a dog, but sadly, she lost her puppy after her husband passed away.
Jade went to Mrs. Riddle’s house with Heath’s girlfriend; The two are apparently so compatible that Mrs. Riddle has given Jade a “mountain of toys” and she always shares food with the adorable little girl. As a result, whenever anyone asked Jade if she wanted to go to Mrs. Riddle’s house, she immediately got excited.
It was unbelievable to watch Jade grow up to be a therapy dog for someone who had suffered so much loss.
Her first birthday present included about 60 racquetball balls at a time. She totally goes crazy as the balls bounce around!
Heath reveals that he regularly belts her and lets her drag him on a skateboard down Anchorage’s Coastal Trail. She is a very active person, partly because she is an Eskimo, but she is also very patient when it comes to spending time with Mrs. Riddle, who is very important to her.
Dogs seem to have a sixth sense and provide us
What a wonderful dog. Animals are very good at comforting people. Wishing her all the best…! Congratulations to both.