Dogs are such a sweet species because they can understand how we feel and try to help us in the daily lives.
This dog visits the elderly woman every day to cheer her up.
According to Heath, Jade’s human buddy, who agreed to an interview with Bored Panda, Jade, a 35-pound, 1.5-year-old Australian Shepherd and Shiba Inu mix, has been enjoying a “second life” as a support dog.
In a brief narrative that he posted on Reddit, particularly on the r/Dogs topic, Heath stated that his fiancee manages a home health care facility (another excellent source of dopamine).
This is the story of Jade who has been living “a second life” and supporting an old woman when she most needed it has just appeared online.
The woman and Jade had known each other for a while now. Sadly, the woman’s puppy va.ni.sh.ed on the day that marked the anniversary of her husband’s pa.ss.n.g. She felt very unhappy about this.
Jade might go with Heath’s girlfriend to her client’s house, he said. It appears that Jade is being purposely kind since she is aware of how elderly and frail she is. She shares meals with Jade for breakfast and dinner, as stated by Heath in his post.
The two apparently got along so well that Mrs. Riddle gave Jade a “mountain of toys” as well. As a result, whenever Heath or his partner asks Jade whether she wants to visit Mrs. Riddle’s house, Jade can’t help but bounce, squeal, and rush about.
The customer reportedly remarked that her life now had purpose, according to Heath. “Jade goes to Mrs. Riddle’s house when I’m at work. She is available 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday. It seems like Jade now has a full-time career doing this! And it’s very amazing to consider that Jade voluntarily evolved into a therapy dog for someone who suffered a great deal of loss.
Because he enjoys writing and talking about Jade in general, Heath said he originally got the idea to tell this story. The adorable dog lovers on Reddit, in his opinion, would find this interesting and enjoyable.
When Jade was just 8 weeks old, she was Heath’s canine friend. In the hopes that she might improve his mental health, he obtained her from a woman in Palmer, Alaska. The mother of Jade is a mixed-breed American Eskimo dog and Shiba Inu, and the father is an Australian shepherd.
Sadly, on the anniversary of her husband’s passing, Mrs. Riddle had lost her puppy.
Heath recommended his girlfriend bring Jade along to see Mrs. Riddle to help, and the two hit it off right away.
The two are currently boondocking in a sleeper he made for his truck as part of his “experiment in frugality and adventure.”
“Jade is a darling, but she’s also quite protective of me and others she believes to be members of our pack. She is quite cuddly. Heath expanded on Jade’s dogonality, saying, “She’s curled into my side as I’m writing this. Caninality? Dogsona? You make the decision.
It should not be surprising that she enjoys running because she is partially an Eskimo dog. Heath revealed that he frequently straps a harness to her and allows her to pull him on his skateboard down Anchorage, Alaska’s Coastal Trail.
Jade spends time with Mrs. Riddle, which is extremely important to her.
She enjoys playing fetch. For her first birthday, I bought her roughly 60 racquetballs, which I gave to her all at once. As the balls bounced around, she went absolutely crazy!
She is also a trained dog, as Heath. At that time, she discovered beef liver treats and has been in love with them ever since. But let’s get back to the tale. Heath clarified in the comments that Mrs. Riddle was not her true name but that she was a former Texas teacher. Speaking of comments, everyone adored Jade and her tale.
She was merely an 8-week-old puppy when Heath adopted her to aid with his mental health.
aww so small and cute
The fact that Heath and his girlfriend are sharing the happiness that dogs can bring simply by being amazing people, and much more so for those who need it, was deemed awesome by the public. And when it comes to figuring out who needs help, dogs seem to have a sixth sense.
Unconditional love is the only kind of love that dogs can understand, according to a commenter. Despite the fact that we as a species don’t truly deserve it, we are glad that we do. Others applauded Heath for his kindness and generosity in letting Mrs. Riddle spend the day with Jade. It appears that Jade also finds it enjoyable, so everything works out perfectly.
Jade, who is currently 1.5 years old, likes to play with balls, jump around, enjoy beef liver treats, and of course, spend time with Mrs. Riddle. Overall, it’s a success because it appears Jade also likes it.
What an amazing dog, jade is awesome let’s hope for her the best!!!