Every dog owner knows that there is something unique about dogs. They can just sense when we are sad or if there is something that is wrong. Well, one family is very lucky for that! Their pit bull wound up saving one of their lives.Coal is a pit bull that was embraced by the Daniels family in the province of Ohio. The Daniels got Ember from the protect association Adore-A-Bull.
After she was embraced, Ember shaped an exceptional association with 10-year-old Tre Daniels. The two were for all intents and purposes indistinguishable and Ember knew all of Tre’s needs. This came in extremely helpful one night when Ember woke up Tre’s mom, Tracy. That night, Tracy heard Ember completing an odd kind of protest. It was certainly not a sound she’d at any point heard Ember make previously and it in a flash concerned her. She revealed to Local 12 News: “We were resting and she just sat down beside the bed and she was doing this genuine low protest. It wasn’t even a snarl, it was only this odd grumble.”Tracy got up to perceive what was happening with Ember.
The pit bull was unwavering and driven Tracy down the lobby and to the washroom. Within the restroom, Tracy saw her child draping most of the way in the tub and his head was stretched out back.It turned out, Tre was having a seizure. Tre was rushed to the hospital to get checked out. Thankfully, while he was in the hospital, Tre got blood work done. The doctors could not find any existing conditions and sent him home, saying that he should be okay.
If Ember had not found Tre and woken up Tracy, the story might have had a much different ending. Thankfully, she is able to keep an eye on Tre, just in case.After the incident, Libby Power from Adore-A-Bull told Local News 12:, “It’s a very proud moment not only for our organization but more so for this dog that was abandoned. She was a lone puppy on the streets.
She had no family, nobody to be her advocate.”PetFinder is trying to break the myth that pit bulls are aggressive dogs. The pet adoption website says: Reality: Dog-aggression and people-aggression are two distinctive traits and should not be confused.
Unless a Pit Bull has been poorly bred or purposefully trained to attack humans, they generally love people. They are, in fact, one of the most loving, loyal, friendly and dedicated companions you can have. For those looking to adopt pit bulls that are heroes like Ember, there are many in shelters across the U.S., ranging from American Bully, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. You can check out your local shelter to see what good dogs need homes.