Sally Rewehooeern, who is 92 years old and was born in Leeuwarden, Holland, relocated to Mount Vernon, Washington State, in the United States, in 1953. Since her husband passed away 27 years ago and her children are dispersed across several places, the widowed woman has lived entirely alone. One of Sally’s neighbors, who is constantly searching for her, just got a St. Bernard puppy named “Brody.”
Brody once escaped for a stroll across the neighborhood and wound up at Sally’s house. Since then, he has visited her regularly and the two have became the closest of friendships.
Brody is a great friend; he follows her about the yard, goes with her when she goes to get the mail, hops in her vehicle, and, most significantly, he has given her life its former sense of joy.
He makes her go back to the idyllic upbringing she had in Holland, where she was always surrounded by animals.
This tale demonstrates that a dog is much more than just a basic pet; it is a buddy who is constantly available and eager to brighten our days.