Kelly Andrew told the tale of how her dog Henry saved her little daughter’s life on social media. Because the 8-year-old Boston Terrier suspected something was wrong with the infant, she barged into her bed multiple times.
Kelly and her husband, Jeff, were aware that the infant had a cold, but they believed it could be managed under their care. The puppy, on the other hand, sensed that something was going wrong and was seeking for a method to alert her human parents.
Although her parents chastised Henry for repeatedly entering the baby’s room and waking her up, the dog insisted on doing so when they ignored it.
Kelly was tired of her dog’s antics, but this one caught her eye since it was uncommon for him, and she became concerned.
The nine-month-old infant suddenly stopped breathing, but her parents were able to bring her to the hospital in time because to Henry’s sixth sense.
In an interview with Good Morning America, Kelly said:
“She wasn’t able to clear her airway.” She began to get bluish and rigid, and she became unable to breathe.”
The physicians were able to clear the baby’s airway and ensure that she was well enough to return home.
The couple was astonished by their dog’s demeanor, but they were most thankful to Henry for saving their younger sister’s life.
They didn’t hold back in lavishing praise and sweet words on their furry pal, even promising him an extra present for Christmas. The message rapidly went viral, touching the emotions of hundreds of people and inspiring them to share their own memories.
There appear to be several stories of pets performing some sort of heroic deed to aid their families, demonstrating their importance.
Furthermore, multiple scientific investigations have revealed that dogs’ keen sense of smell may be used to identify various disorders. Dogs can detect cancer, malaria, Parkinson’s disease, COVID-19, and other diseases, according to scientific journalist Mia Rozenbaum.
According to Bored Panda, Mia said:
“Dogs have such a sensitive sense of smell that they can detect even the tiniest change in human aroma produced by sickness.”
For the time being, Henry is receiving several benefits, including the ability to sleep in the bed and daily servings of steak.