Our guardian angels are dogs. The spirits who protect, calm, and help humans are known as guardian angels. Dogs are our guardian angels because they protect and assist us.
Our pets are not our guardian angels; stray dogs might also be our guardian angels. Shannon Lorio has direct experience of how dogs may act as our guardian angels.
She was traveling late at night on a rural road when she lost control of her vehicle. She was thrown out of the car. The woman had serious injuries as a result of the accident. She couldn’t move since she was paralyzed.
There was no one on the road to assist her because she was in a remote area. However, she felt the large animal’s breath on her face while she was pondering.
Her guardian angel appeared as a German Shepherd. It appeared from nowhere to rescue her. The woman lost her senses, and when she recovered them, she could feel the dog carrying her away. The dog grabbed the hood of her jacket and pulled her over 100 feet to the road’s side.
Luckily, a passing car noticed her and drove her to the hospital. Lorio searched out the dog that had aided her when she had healed. She finally tracked him down and delivered him to the Humane Society. Hero was given to the dog after he bravely saved the woman’s life.
Heidy Drawdy, the rescue trainer, has given him a lifelong home. The dog is now certified as a search and rescue dog. That dog, according to Lorio, has accomplished everything; he is an incredible animal. She went on to say that she was his idol and that she had given him his name. Dogs are, without a doubt, our guardian angels. They assist us when we are in need.