Heroic Dog Reunites with Owner After Saving His Life During a Stroke.

A dog in Teaneck, New Jersey is being praised as a hero after dragging his owner to call for help.

Brian Myers was home alone with his dog, Sadie, when he suffered a stroke and couldn’t reach the phone to call for help.

Thankfully, Sadie sprung into life-saving action and got Brian the help that he needed.

Relate posts

Affectionate dog knows the exact graves of his deceased owner and visits often
True friendship means : The Dog Raises And Protects The Abandoned Kitten In The Deep Trench It Accidentally Saved
Poor dogs who lost their owners wait for hours outside the medical center for their homeless owners to find them
The dog couldn’t hold back the tears, always cried with joy when he was rescued after lying motionless on the road for many days
The evil woman threw her dog in the trash where she stayed for nearly 6 days before being discovered and saved by rescuers.

According to The Dodo, Brian rescued Sadie from the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge after she was surrendered by her previous owners. The rescue struggled to find her a forever home because she was nervous, but she really clicked with Brian.

Speaking with The Dodo, Heather Centrella with the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge said: “[She was] a little standoffish when she first came and she wasn’t sure what was going on. She became a little bit shut-down in the shelter, so we knew she was going to need an experienced home with someone who was patient.”

That home ended up being with Brain, despite Sadie’s bio claiming she wasn’t great with men. Brian rescued Sadie and gave her a second chance at life, not knowing she would do the same for him in the coming months.

The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge shared on Facebook a few months after the adoption, “Brian suffered a stroke when home alone with Sadie. While he was collapsed, Sadie never left his side. She licked his face to keep him awake, and helped drag him across the room to his cell phone. Sadie was the only reason that Brian was able to call for help.”

According to The Washington Post, Myers explained, “[Sadie] kept licking me and crying, so I reached my right hand up to pet her, then I grabbed her collar.”

Thanks to Sadie, Brain was able to get the help that he needed. He was transferred to a rehabilitation center to recover from the stroke, and during his stay, he Facetimed with Sadie every night.

Eventually, Sadie and Brian were able to reunite and it was such a sweet moment! You can see the reunion for yourself in the video below:

5/5 - (12)

Smilingdogyoga.com is also a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Pages on this site may include affiliate links to Amazon and its affiliate sites on which the owner of this website will make a referral commission.

We use cookies in order to give you the best possible experience on our website. By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of cookies.
Privacy Policy