Dogs may give some feeling of security. Even though they aren’t specifically trained to defend us, their unconditional loyalty overcomes all obstacles. When an emergency arises, most dogs are eager to go to any length to protect their loved ones.
Clover, a Maremma mix, gained headlines recently for her natural instincts. Clover moved quickly when her owner fainted on a stroll due to a seizure. Without moving her gaze away from her mother, she halted traffic and requested assistance. It’s conceivable that the devoted dog saved the life of her owner! And now that Clover can defend her, her human feels more safer.
Haley Moore, a Canadian woman, went out on a stroll with Clover. But then something unexpected happened. Moore collapsing and seizing on the side of the road was seen on video by a neighbor’s security camera. Clover came over to check on her person and immediately went into full action as if she were a trained seizure warning dog.
Clover took a step back towards the middle of the road, keeping a close watch on Moore. An approaching car came to a halt in front of the dog. Dryden Oatway jumped out of the truck and dashed over to Moore to examine her.
“It was amazing; the dog literally blocked my path.” “She backed into the road in an attempt to obstruct my truck,” Oatway explained. “She had her eyes on Haley the entire time she was backing down the street, and she didn’t look away.” She stayed away from me but made sure her owner was well, which was incredible.”
Clover stopped a second car, and Danielle Pilon stepped up to assist. Clover dashed back home to inform Moore’s parents that her mother was being cared for. She made a commotion so that her relatives would follow her to Moore’s side.
Clover had been rescued by Moore’s family when she was a puppy, and now it was Clover’s turn to return the favor. Moore is quite proud of her furry pet, despite the fact that she has no memory of any of it.
“All I remember is waking up in an ambulance, very disoriented, just like what’s going on,” Moore said.
Moore is doing much better now, but she still doesn’t know what caused the seizure. She isn’t afraid, though, since she knows Clover will always be there to protect her.
“If something like this happens again, I feel ten times safer because I know she’ll be there for me,” Moore added. “You know how nice animals are, and she’s a truly amazing dog that I adore.”
We are not deserving dogs! Throughout life’s challenges, they’ll do everything they can to keep their people secure and cherished. And they do it entirely out of a genuine desire to help others. Clover might teach us all a thing or two.