Stories from a holistic vet: Who is truly dedicated to you?

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Who is truly dedicated to you?

Stories from a holistic vet and animal intuitive: I Need a Hero #3 – The dedication of Tabitha the dog

 

“Stories from a holistic vet” is the blog of Dr. Laurel Davis, a holistic vet and “animal interpreter” with a clinic in Asheville, NC and also offering intuitive animal health and lifestyle advice for animal companions and their human friends across the USA.

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“A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.”
― Josh Billings

 

Our cats and dogs are steadfast. Expecting only minimal support from us, they are always there for us, through thick and thin, often putting our needs and concerns number one on their priority lists.

In this third heroic dog video, Tabitha does what some dogs are trained to do – she is a dedicated, loyal companion and guide to a woman with blindness. As I watched this, I noticed how much Tabitha’s devotion gave her human, Anne, freedom. And this bond between them brought, and continues to bring, both of them joy in their connection. They rely on each other. And isn’t that a beautiful thing?

Watch the video below to learn the story of Tabitha, the dog hero:

 

Do you know a heroic dog? Or do you want to vote for heroic dogs already nominated for the 2013 American Hero Dog? Visit the American Humane Association’s website.

Stay tuned to this space for more dog heroes (and fun cat videos, too!).

Shine on,

Dr. Laurel

 

drlaureldavis-with-bee-catWEBDr. Laurel Davis is a holistic vet offering phone and Skype consultations for animal lovers everywhere.

 

Call 828-254-2221 or order an Ask Dr. Laurel™ phone or Skype session or bring your dog or cat to her downtown Asheville, NC clinic.

 

Read more patient stories.

 

Get to know Dr. Laurel by reading her blog.

 

Do you have a story about Dr. Laurel’s dog advice or how she helped your animal companion? Please leave it in the comments below or write a Google Review.

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