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Paw Patrol: Watch this service dog patiently waiting to cross the street with his human

People with disabilities sometimes rely on service dogs to complete their daily chores. Now the video of one such service dog helping its human to cross the street is winning hearts online.

The undated video shows a man in a wheelchair being pushed down a street by a service dog. The man and his dog then wait for traffic to stop before crossing the street with other pedestrians.

This undated video was first posted on TikTok by a user named @brendabriones9, but later it was shared on other social media platforms as well. It was shared on Twitter on August 4, 2022 by a popular account Aqualady (@Aqualady6666) and received over a lakh views and thousands of likes.

Commenting on the video, a Twitter user wrote, “I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, and I’ll say it again and again: Angels don’t have wings. They have paws.” Another person wrote: “Smarter and definitely more loyal than humans… What a good dog🌟”.

companion dogs are dogs specially trained to help people with disabilities. There are many types of service dogs, e.g. B. Guide dogs, which help visually impaired people navigate their surroundings, and mobility dogs, which help people who use wheelchairs or other walking aids. Others, like medical alert dogs, seek help or sound the alarm when their owner collapses after a seizure, low blood sugar, or even exposure to dangerous allergens.

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