Sweet Mama Dog Interacting with a Beautiful Child with Down Syndrome. From Jim Stenson.
Jim Stenson Published on Sep 22, 2012 Life is full of special moments, open your eyes, open your mind and most of all, open your heart, you will see. I found this video online, I did not film it but I thought it was so special I had to put a song behind it. To me, the female Lab is trying so hard to befriend the child. The boy is cautious but curious at the same time. The person who filmed the original video contacted me in January 2013 She is the mom, her name is Ana, her sons name is Hernan, and the dogs name is Himalaya. Watch when the dog puts her paw on the boys shoulder as if to say, I love you, everything will be ok. If your heart doesn't melt your not human. FYI: THE TEXT in the video was INSPIRED BY a beautiful little DS girl I met. She said to me "God didn't make a mistake when he made me" and her daddy told her, she was a "Gift from God". I REPEAT THIS WAS A QUOTE FROM A LITTLE DS GIRL. I had to edit the video to fit the song but its all original content and BTW this is my first VIDEO edit. Im just sayin :) If you saw it once, check it out again. I think you'll like it. Much love to all who appreciate it for what it is. BTW you can find the original uncut version on here by searching, Haciendose amigos! http://youtu.be/7O8lbQGq7W4 Thanks Ana. (Update) 2/5/2013 Ana told me, "Hernan, is a bit withdrawn and flees from physical contact. He does not like be touched, but Himalayan (the dog) insisted so patiently, and she was so soft that's why it is so moving, she is left to do anything. I do not think that Dios commit errors, (God doesn't make mistakes) everything happens for a reason. Best regards, Ana".
What Happened When this Autistic Boy Got a Dog?
Talent Hounds Published on Apr 5, 2013 I don't think anyone quite anticipated what would happen when this family got a trained Dog for their autistic son from National Service Dogs Canada. Enjoy and share this video about dogs helping children and families living with autism featuring National Service Dogs and the Carefoot family with NSD Chester "their healing balm". The human animal bond is so heartwarming. The film is from the dog documentary Talent Hounds. Check out www.nsd.on.ca and www.talenthounds.ca Visit : http://talenthounds.ca/ for more content! - NightStar787 3 years ago I remember when I was younger I would just come home and cry because I was so angry or just plain sad about something that happened in school (I was bullied a lot until I learned to brush everything off) and one of our 3 dogs, who had claimed me as his human and he was my puppy, would come up to me and let me cry into his fur and if I wasn't doing that he'd just start licking my face and kept it up until I either pushed him away or I'd start laughing. It's safe to say I usually started laughing but even if I pushed his face away he wouldn't leave me and just sat/lay and just was just...there.
It was always nice coming home and having someone who loved you waiting and knowing what you needed without you having to say anything. Animals are so clever, you can fool people by telling them you're perfectly fine but your pets just know that you're bullshitting everyone and comfort you in the only ways that they can. - David Henriksson 1 year ago I cant speak for everyone with autism. I am only high functional aspergers and I survived school, military service and 5 years of working until I burnt out and crashed completely.
But the connection dog+autist goes both ways. A dog sees trough the mask and in the other way. Dogs follow the rules of genetics. They can be wild and crazy but they are MUCH easier to understand then humans, they do not lie, they do not scheme and they do not mock. Trust them and they will trust you. I know that while I have a job, my own apartment I do not have the energy to own a dog. What YOU in a similar situation can do. Talk to your neighbours, friends and relatives. Someone has a dog but struggle to take them for a walk during lunch breaks, cant take the dogs with them when they travel. Be the one who steps in when needed. The dog will love you and you will help someone else! :) - Vespine Rapier 3 years ago This is beautiful, I'm 16 years old and ever since I was 10 I've always volunteered to help kids at my school or even outside of school with autism and other disabilities. It's always seemed very sad to me knowing these kids have to deal with something so agonizing. I think if health care helped provide dogs like this children it'd not only save money but it would help the kids more than any pill a doctor proscribes. This would also mean more stray dogs could be taken in and trained the same way and this also mean that dogs who are waiting to be adopted but are so old would still have a chance at having a family. Please someone read this and get more people to notice!! - Natoki Park 2 years ago My little brother has autism, my parents really want a service dog! We are trying to save up the money for one! It has been really tough, cause now my little brother is older and wants to go out more and doesn't let us know when he does! It scares us, and he doesn't listen when we take him out, and we can't wait till we get the money so we can get a dog, we have already had a WONDERFUL pitbul, Sunshine(sunny), she was the nicest dog I have ever met, she LOVED babies, she NEVER bit, she only nibbled, everyone wanted her, she was beautiful, nice and protective! All she did was love you and play, but one day someone wanted her so bad they stole her from us, she was my bestfriend, and I... I hate that i don't have her anymore, I pray to god she is ok, and I can't wait to get another dog so i can feel better about my brothers safety! - A Cole 7 months ago DOGS ARE GOD'S REAL ANGELS! I got a Labrador LOVE YOU MAX AND CHESTER. HAVE A GOOOOOD LIFE * hugs my dog* I have autism too. - Buffy Buffers V 3 years ago I love your work. The only thing I find sad. Other organisations manage to take shelter dogs, who were going to be euthanised and train them, to do the same job your dogs do. With titanic great results. Why breeding if you could achieve them same with shelter dogs and on top save dogs lives? Dogs do so much for us. It is the least we could do for dogs, save their lives and better with an awesome purpose. Apart from that I find this awesome.
6 year old autistic girl Iris and her cat Thula…wonderful story - 23rd Match 2016
kazar abdul 9 months ago Still waiting for a movie base on the real life story of Iris the autism child whose mom thought her beautiful daughter will never live a normal life..when hopes are dim..miracle happened in a shape of a Mainecoon cat that changes her forever which her mom thought impossible. - Long Haired Lioness 3 months ago (edited) I have autism and Tourettes syndrome and I have a cat named Beau who used to be a stray or feral but he's now a house cat that loves me a lot When I came home from my senior trip he will start howling meowing and I have this main coon tabby kitty named Yoshi and he's so sweet that he'll purr when I hold him and he'll lick my face and my mom's face The christmas elves gave him to me when he was 3 months old
A Boy and His Dog
DogBlog Published on Feb 12, 2014 https://www.haatchiandlittleb.com - Explore this incredible, heartwarming bond even further in their new book, Haatchi and Little B — in stores July 8!
Last year we made this film as part of our documentary filmmaking course at the University of Hertfordshire. We managed to find this special family and document an incredible few months of their lives. We made this film to not only tell the families story, but to raise awareness of Schwartz Jampel Syndrome and to show how incredible rescue dogs are. A little bit of love can go a hell of a long way. **This is in no way an advert and is not being used commercially** - Always Falling Short 2 years ago Oh man, I have had lifelong chronic pain, use a wheelchair, and have had several surgeries. I'm severely disabled, and can most often identify with many different disabilities. Mental disabilities are the most foreign usually, but I grew up with people who had several different forms of intellectual, neurological, and disorders that impacted communication that I can usually empathize and try to find commonalities. This guy really made me grateful for my situation though. I cannot imagine having that condition at all. I tried sitting with all of my muscles tense throughout this whole video and started involuntarily crying from pain, like my body was rejecting it and making me feel sick to let me know it wasn't okay. Much respect to this dude. - wizardj45 1 year ago Thank you for posting such an inspiring story. Owen is a true champion . I too have a disabled son and I know the tribulations and anxieties one faces as a parent. Your son is an inspiration for all to face what the world throws at you with dignity and pride. I wish you as a family and your dog a long and happy life. Thank you Owen for being such an inspiration. You a perfect little man and a great embassador for all children with special needs!!!! - Thomas C. Bry 3 years ago This is an amazing story. Yes I bawled like a baby, then I went out and hugged and thanked MY border collie/aussie mix dogs... ALL 3 of them! I do believe animals, especially dogs are empathic, and know when we need help and love. I know the feeling that the mum talks of about how haatchi chose them, because I had my border collie do that with me 8 yrs ago, lol.. anyway, this is a must watch for anyone that FEELS anything in their hearts. Owen and Haatchi.... Cheers mates!
Lion Sees His Adoptive Dad After 7 Years - Truly Heart-warming
TopRealm Published on Apr 12, 2018 Lion Sees His Adopted Dad After 7 Years!
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Hello! Welcome to Lion Sees His Adopted Dad After 7 Years! In this video you will see a Top 5 of Animals seeing their owners in a long time. Some animals going missing in their lifetime, this means they are away from their owners for a period of time. Well, in this video you will see clips of animals ranging from lions, cats and dogs all seeing their original owner after a period time. In this video you will see a crazy clip of a man who sees his pet lion after 7 years of being separated. It is truly heart warming!
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Cow asks man to rescue her newborn calf
Rumble Viral Published on Jun 4, 2018 Flo is a cow who lives on a beautiful farm near Millbrook, Ontario. She spends her days in a lush, green pasture that borders on a country road. The cows have access to a nice pond for drinking and for cooling off in. She shares this pasture with a herd of cows and some newborn calves. Flo delivered a calf herself but it was born on a slope between the pond and the fence. It slid down and under the fence, becoming trapped outside the field. It's not clear how long the calf was lying there, but the fresh umbilical cord showed that it had been born that day. It was also dry, which suggested that it had been lying in the sun for a little while. The calf may have tried to get back to its mother but the electric fence made this impossible. Dave was passing by on the road when he saw the cows enjoying a dip in the pond to get out of the heat. He stopped to video tape the cows as they did so. He noticed a cow to his left that was acting agitated. Dave doesn't know a lot about cows but he knew it was unusual for a female to scrape the dirt and make so much noise. He set his camera on the fence post and watched, confused by what was going on. He could see that her ear tag said "Flo". He eventually noticed that she was looking through the fence and then back at him. She seemed a little frantic as she mooed and he walked closer with his camera to see what she was doing. It became obvious that she had been asking for help. Dave saw her newborn calf in the long grass but he wasn't sure if her behavior had been a cry for help or a warning to stay away from her baby. The calf needed to get milk from the mother and he could also wander out on the road if something wasn't done. There was no gate nearby and Dave didn't want to try moving the calf far away from Flo. Dave decided that the best way to help was to lift the wires and pushh the calf under the fence. The calf seemed to tired to help and there was no way to avoid contact with the fence. Flo seemed to understand that her calf was being moved toward her, but Dave was very aware that only a flimsy fence would be between them if she became upset with what was happening. Dave was getting shocked and the calf was too. He hoped it would not cry out in pain before he could get the job done. Eventually, the calf was on the other side of the fence and reunited with his mom. The two immediately sniffed each other and began walking out into the pasture together. Dave spoke with the farmer and his wife, who did not realize that she had calved. They invited Dave to join them as they tagged the calf's ear and treated the umbilical cord with iodine. They checked the calf and found that it was healthy and unharmed. Dave took his camera along and filmed the two as they mingled with the herd. The calf wandered up to Dave for a curious sniff, as did Flo, seemingly recognizing him. They both wandered off and Flo's little calf was soon happily nursing as if nothing had happened. Although Dave was slow to catch on, Flo was obviously distressed and was aware that Dave could help her. She looked at him expectantly as she paced between him and her baby in a very clear attempt to communicate. We often underestimate an animal's intelligence and capacity for emotion. Flo showed a healthy amount of both in this case. You can't deny the love she felt for her newborn calf.