It’s unbelievable how animals can feel the danger is very close. Especially for dogs, who are able to detect even a small change in the mood of their owners. That’s why these noble creatures are used to help people with disabilities and make their life easier.
A Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Max, saved a 14-year-old girl’s life. He left his owner and went straight to the 60-foot-cliff where the girl was seen sitting. Max’s owner, observed his dog was acting strange, he knew he has to follow his dog to see what was happening. That spot was known as a home of several suicides during the years.
The dog kept the girl safe until the police came making sure she was fine all the time. Nobody knew for how long she had been there, but judging that her body’s temperature was very low, they determined it was a lot.
“It’s anyone’s guess how long she had been up there. She was sitting on a part of the cliff where, if she had passed out and fallen, she would have died.”
“A police officer came up to me and said, ‘you’ve saved her life,’ but I said, ‘no I didn’t, it was Max who found her.’”
“He’s got a great temperament and is a very friendly dog who is always ten steps ahead of the game,” Conner said. “If I’m ever ill he always notices. I don’t know if I would have found her without him.”