Chloé, a sweet handicapped child, is helped by her darling service dog as she goes about her everyday tasks. Chloé has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, which affects her joints and keeps her from doing certain things, as well as postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, a rare cardiac issue.
Since she was 13 years old, the girl has been battling severe illnesses; however, she now has a helpful companion in the form of her dog Ted.
Ted has been living with Chloé since he was 5 months old, and she has taught him how to help her with various activities.
Ted was initially intimidated by the girl’s wheelchair, but with time he became accustomed to it and is now aware of all the things he must do to assist her. According to Bored Panda, the dog not only shows him a lot of affection but also picks up her shoes, gets him the things he needs, and even takes off his socks.
Chloé made the decision to ask for assistance from a non-profit organization once she realized that her cat was responding well to her chores. An organization called Dog Assistance In Disability (Dog AID) assists persons with physical limitations in training their pets to be effective service animals.
Ted is the primary guy in Chloé’s life, and they like spending time together in the field when the sun sets.
Ted is excited to attend coaching school because there will be lots of tennis balls for him to chase and since he enjoys the sport.
“I like to hide them in the grass for him to find because we can’t play fetch and it would be healthier for his joints if we didn’t. He adores it “.
The dog has not only become a vital aid but also his favorite friend, being by his side through good and terrible times.
“I had an appointment at the hospital, when I was informed that I would need to be hospitalized for tube feeding. I started off by saying, “Ted is coming with me, alright, right?” Even though she was in shock, Ted was the first person on her thoughts. I had trouble understanding what they were saying, but I knew that as long as Ted was at my side, I could go through anything.